Gastro gifts to return from the Valencian Community with the trunk full
A selection of establishments with gastronomic charm that maintain a very varied offer, so that good gourmets enjoy, lovers of those products that leave their mark on the palate.
The Campanar (San Lorenzo, 22; Alcoy; tel. 965 54 33 89). Traditional pastry known for its typical peladillas and meatloaf.
Trinity Convent (Trinity Square, 5; Orihuela; Alicante tel. 965 30 08 58). Wide variety of sweets made by Dominican mothers.
Central Market (Avda. Alfonso the Wise, 10; tel. 965 14 08 41). Nice modernist building, erected in 1912, which brings together all kinds of food stalls, shops gourmet and places to have some tapas at the expected snack time of the city.
Salting Vicente Leal (Central Market, position 217; tel. 965 21 78 37). Small family business that has spent more than a century of history dedicating what it does best: salted fish.
Vinoteca To taste everything (Avda. Mediterráneo, 106; Teulada; tel. 965 74 03 99). Wide selection and representation of the D.O. Spanish in this wine shop that also sells Riedel brand glassware and some food for the followers of the 'gastro'.
Wines and a lot of gastronomy © Vinoteca To taste everything
Supermarket La Nucía (Ctra. Benidorm-Apejo, km 52,700; tel. 965 87 30 10). Commerce that goes out of the ordinary for the quality and selection of its gastronomic products, from bread to the cellar, through the entire spectrum deli, both domestic and imported. Good prices.
Fish slice (Fishing pier; Denia Port). Ultrafresque seafood that goes on sale from Monday to Friday after five o'clock, as ships that come from fishing dock dock.
Morella Shepherd Cheese factory (Barrio Hostal Nou, s / n; Morella; tel. 964 17 31 21). Natural cheeses from the Maestrazgo region: goat, sheep and organic.
L'Arc Carnissería Xarcutería (Juan Giner, 39; Morella; tel. 964 16 03 27). Ham, beef jerky, cheeses, sausages, honey ... In addition, delicate selection of fresh and canned truffles.
Al vostre gust (Navarra, 125, bass; Castellón de la Plana; tel. 964 21 01 08). Artisan breads baked in the wood oven and good assortment of traditional pastries. Tomato and spinach coca is recommended.
Good traditional pastry © Al vostre gust (Facebook)
Manglano (Mercado Colón, 1; upper floor; tel. 673 44 37 15). Delicatessen and grocery store with half a century of life, specializing in ham, cheeses and wines.
Paco Roig Sucre & Blat (San Vicente, 84; Valencia; tel. 963 94 44 96). This bakery has become famous for supplying rolls to the restaurant Tickets, of the Adrià brothers. Quique Dacosta is also a fan.
Colon Market (Jorge Juan, 19; tel. 963 37 11 01). Modernist architecture of the early twentieth century in a market that has been reborn to devote body and soul to gastronomy.
An amazing building © Mercado Colón de Valencia (Facebook)
Peribáñez (Central Market; City of Bruges Square, s / n). Post specialized in seasonal snails, which are sold live in mesh, precooked or frozen.
Incarna sausages (Batanejo, 24; Requena; tel. 962 30 00 75). Chorizo, blood sausage, sausage, sobrasada and, as a curiosity, the 'dog', a typical sausage of Requena similar to the blood sausage that is served sliced like cold cuts.
Theodore Mora (Mayans, 34; Ontinyent; tel. 962 38 01 11). That of this house, founded in 1793, is a historical trajectory. Its pastry craft is, above all, known for its yolk and pumpkin pies and its yolks and nuts fondant.
* Published in the Gastronomic Guide Condé Nas Traveler 2015, it is already on sale in digital format in Zinio and Apple. You can also download the application for Android and the App Store completely free of charge and start diving on the Spanish gastro map.
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Egg yolks fondant © Teodoro Mora