This restaurant, located in a former textile factory in the Les Corts district, offers no fewer than 28 different rice dishes. And you can eat them straight from the pan with a wooden spoon. Also does take-away dishes.
|Venue name:||Arrosseria Xàtiva|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 1pm-4pm; 7.30pm-midnight; Sat-Sun 1pm-4.30pm; 8.30pm - midnight|
|Transport:||Les Corts (M: L3)|
Average User Rating
2 / 5
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- 1 star:0
Visited here on 16th March, when arriving stood around for about 10 minuted waiting for someone to appear, with another couple who announced "hello" a few times while we waited. Eventually a waiter appeared , looked at us very confused and said "what time is it". Once seated the service was perfectly fine. To start we got croquettes and flatbread, croquettes were lovely and the flatbread was a bit too hard and dry for my taste.
For our mains we got pork and duck. My partner really enjoyed the duck however my pork was covered in balsamic vinegar and mustard which meant that was all that i could taste and overpowered the dish.
All in all the food was OK, price was reasonable, not sure if it was the day or time we went but wasn't much of an atmosphere in the place.