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Casa Montana Tapas Bar Valencia

Valencia really is an exciting city with lots of change happening there in these last years, with the construction of impressive edifices such as the Palau de Les Arts de la Reina Sofia or the modern Port for the America’s cup.
Of course it is also very appropriate for a night out with dinner, drinks and nightclub. But for now I’d rather focus on tapas. We’ve had several good tapas in the city, but in the end one has the impression that each tapas bar has the same offering, and most of them rely on tins when it comes to serve anchovies or seafood. There was one tapas bar though we found to be different. Casa Montana is a bodega and tapas bar located in the area El Cabanal next to the port. It’s a bit hidden in a rather residential area but worth the detour. Read the rest of this entry »

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