Here you’ll find all imaginable types of rice dishes, from arroz a banda and arroz caldoso to a vegetable paella and arroz meloso de carabineros. Clearly people come here mainly to eat Spain’s most iconic speciality, but there are also meat and fish dishes on the menu. A good idea is to accompany one of the restaurant’s rice dishes with a starter (Iberian ham, scrambled eggs with morcilla from Leon) or a salad, and finish off your meal with a slice of Valencian tart. Located very near Plaza Mayor, this place is ideal for groups.
|Venue name:||Arroceria Daniela||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun noon-4.30pm and 8pm-11.30pm; closed Mon|
|Transport:||Tirso de Molina (M: L1)|