If you're passing through Cullera and you go to the beach, you can't miss the delicious food served in the Bariloche Restaurant. They serve great paella and exquisite Mediterranean plates like baby cuttlefish, squid, and large, delicious steaks. I'd suggest having a good meal than going for a walk along the beach. Try it, I'm sure you'll love it!
The Casa Salvador restaurant is located in the Valencian Albufera and is known for its two twin houses built int the Valencian Barraca style.
They serve all kinds of rice, but the rice with shellfish really takes the cake.
It's usually full, but then again I've only visited it during the week; I imagine, though, that it gets very full on weekends too.
You can dine indoors or also out on the terrace overlooking the Albufera. Obviously, the terrace is the most popular part.
You can eat with your eyes, your nose, and your mouth. Having an amazing dinner overlooking the Albufera is a priceless experience.
Getting a good paella in Valencia has always been a complicated task, but in the area of Lake of Cullera it's easy. The lake is natural and not to be missed. This mid-class restaurant should serve meals facing the sea, but they use a dining room that looks over the garage when it's not peak season. Very fresh salad, terrific garlic sauce with warm bread, the seafood paella was also delightful with very familiar service. I repeat, go to lake shore, is a few meters inland.
I mentioned earlier, here is the link http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/el-tofol-chiringuito-a82585 it is a place I go every year at least once in the summer for a seafood paella, the embroider indeed, but preparing the menu ...
The place has great views of the bay, you must book with time or there will be no table at least in the summer when its full, it is a restaurant with great tapas: octopus that is tender, clams with tomato, prawns, boiled crawfish, a very relaxed and informal but very attentive owner Mari and her husband in the kitchen, all the dishes are good quality and a very good.It is important to drive because it is far to walk and carry cash because card not accepted! totally recommended!
Very nice, located 5 km from Cullera, Estany Lake natural area and its lake cozy mountain backdrop, sea outfall 50 meters, the photo is taken 10 meters from the the Salvador restaurant's terrace, dusk at Lake Estany.
Before they had tanks with live lobsters and other seafood in sight, now they have a menu with banda rice for 19.50 euros - they have adapted to the times of the crisis. This establishment is the middle of the promenade and is a classic in Cullera and the prices and quality are higher than the rest. Grilled seafood, very fresh fish, meat and rice - the menu is wide and I recommended it!
This restaurant is one of only a few that operate during the winter season at the beach resort, it has raving fans throughout the year. Its specialties are rice, sweet lobster, black with squid, banda rice - innovative cuisine based on local produce. The wine list is quite wide and the daily menu is cheap - 7 euros, something unusual. Go early to eat or just call in your rice order.
I already knew this place from when it was in another town, but one day I stopped by this bakery and everything I tried was excellent. I know a little about baking, and I can tell you that everything is homemade and nothing is frozen. They also have a large parking lot. I'd really recommend it.
This "lifetime" restaurant is on the curve that rises to the lighthouse, on the same road and next to the pharmacy. Don't miss it as it has the most affordable menu (8 € all inclusive) of homemade meals composed after years of practice. The pleasant interior has been refurbished, it is one of the few establishments that remain open in this area throughout the year. The oxtail or black rice and squid in sauce are tasty, they just need to develop some homemade desserts.
Yesterday, July 14, 2011 I was eating a € 10.95 menu where I chose from several first courses and seconds of pasta, meat, fish and pizzas. The quality is good and the rice does not fall short. Drinks are not on the menu, but in the end you can eat/drink for about 16 €/person while sitting on the terrace watching the sea.
Walking from the beach of San Antonio to the El Raco, you'll find this ice cream shop that is overflowing with customers in the summertime. There is a terrace out on the promenade, and the homemade ice cream is delicious.
Currently, there are many incarnations of this fair held every July in San Antonio Park. Live music blasting and tables full of people enjoying many types of beers and sausages or ribs served on cardboard. It works by buying tickets which you then deliver to each stand, although if you don't have much money your dinner will end up being pretty meager.