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The 9 Best Brunch Spots in Valencia, Spain

Fresh local fruit makes for a healthy brunch
Fresh local fruit makes for a healthy brunch
Down the coast from Barcelona, Valencia is one of Spain’s most cosmopolitan cities. Home to the modern architecture of Cuidad de las Artes y las Ciencias, the city is equally contemporary in its food scene, and has put its own stamp on the brunch trend. Here are nine top spots to visit.
Tuck into pancakes for an indulgent weekend brunch ©

La Petite Brioche Bakery

Bakery, Cafe, French, $$$
A sweet and charming bakery on Carrer de Sorní, La Petite Brioche is full of little pieces of quirky décor scattered around the inviting interior. The vintage-style café area is a perfect place to sit down and appreciate a slower pace of life, while tucking into some wonderful cakes and pastries, or fresh salads and quiches.
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Dulce de Leche

Cafe, Snacks, Pastries, $$$
One of the most charming cafés in the neighbourhood, Dulce de Leche has a Nordic style interior, and is a local favourite for its delicious sweet bread and pastries, from apple strudel to lemon cream tarts. For both quality and value for money, Dulce de Leche is a fantastic option, and serves a varied savoury menu too, with delicious cheese salads and beet hummus.
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La Mas Bonita Patacona

Cafe, Snacks, Pastries, $$$
On the seafront, La Mas Bonita Patacona is a lovely location for brunch or late lunch. With high ceilings and exposed beams, the rustic interior is a charming and comfortable spot. Alternatively, sit on the seaside terrace and enjoy filling breakfast-brunches, including a great bacon and eggs. Follow with a stroll along the beach.
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Horchateria Fabián

Cafe, Spanish, Wine, Beer, Cocktails
Bunuelos with sugar are a traditional Valencian snack during Las Fallas
Bunuelos with sugar are a traditional Valencian snack during Las Fallas | © Wikimedia Commons
Horchateria Fabián is a delightful little café serving even more delightful pastries and artisan chocolate, along with a rich homemade horchata (hot chocolate), and sugary churros. A typically Spanish experience, you’ll be accompanied by plenty of local Valencian families enjoying the morning together.
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Bar, Market, Restaurant, Tapas
This popular restaurant is located next to the old central market and is a prime location for those wishing to tour the city and then grab a late breakfast. Relax on the spacious terrace and enjoy city views and homemade food of the highest quality, including lovely tapas. Rivendel has a crowd of loyal customers, and it also boasts a full cultural calendar, complete with concerts, films and exhibitions.
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Bluebell Coffee

Cafe, Coffee Shop, American, Mediterranean, Coffee, $$$
Inspired by a love for the USA, Bluebell Coffee serves a sweet and varied menu, with everything from nachos to beet hummus to sponge cake. This sweet little café has an intimate courtyard in which a young and international crowd eat brunch and enjoy fresh coffee. Bluebell Coffee also hosts art exhibitions, and special events such as vegan dinners and live music.
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Babel Café Bar

Bar, Cafe, Fusion, Tea
A perfect place to stop before or after a day of shopping, Babel Cafe Bar is ideally located in a busy tourist shopping centre. This Moorish fusion spot boasts tasteful décor, complete with stools all the way from Casablanca and a Moroccan menu, including tempting tagine and delicious couscous. For a morning treat, tuck into traditional Moroccan tea, complete with sweet pastries.
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These recommendations were updated on May 15, 2019 to keep your travel plans fresh.