La Tavernaire

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 12 reviews )

Calle Denia 18, Valencia, Spain, 46006

Here you can eat a vegan version of Valencian paella. Open Wed-Sat 7:00pm-12:30am, Fri-Sat 12:30pm-4:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-4:00pm. Opens 12:15pm on Fri and Sat.

Categories: Vegan, Beer/Wine, Spanish

12 Reviews

First Review by Chema

Personal desagradable pero buena comida. - Edit

Nos pusieron una paella para 6 personas cuando éramos 12. No tenían ni cubiertos para todos y las bravas las tuvimos que comer con cucharas (?!), el personal fue muy borde y al reclamar que nos cobraban mucho por darnos comida para la mitad de los que éramos (porque nos cobraron 130 y un pico de céntimos), dijeron que lo único que podían hacer era 'perdonarnos' los céntimos.
Así que no volveremos nunca jamás. Si no saben organizarse para dar de comer a 12 personas en Fallas, que nos digan que no, y nos buscamos otro sitio, porque encima íbamos con reserva de hacía días.

Pros: comida vegana exclusivamente

Cons: trato pésimo, servicio lento e insuficiente, caro

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Excelente - Edit

El mejor bar vegano de Valencia con tapas tradicionales a precios muy buenos y en el barrio de Ruzafa. Es como el bar del barrio de toda la vida. Las croquetas de setas, el falafel y las bravas son las mejores que he probado hasta ahora, ¡todo casero! Y la atención es genial, muy simpáticos.

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Amazing pub - Edit

I had dinner at La Tavernaire, which was basically one of the few places still selling food at around 23:30 (when I got to Valencia).

Food was super-tasty: both the seitan wrap (really oily!!) and the musaka were great, and the potatoes with mojo (tomato sauce, slightly spicy) were perfect.

Menu is written on the wall just in valenciá, but it's easy enough to understand.

There is a 'punk' vibe in the place that I enjoyed a lot!

Updated from previous review on 2017-10-22

Pros: Tasty food, Good music

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Great place with delicious traditional dishes - Edit

We loved this place so much we came here twice on a recent trip to Valencia.
They have a menu that changes daily written on a blackboard, and I believe the dish of the day is €6 including a drink.
They serve lots of traditional Spanish dishes including a delicious Patatas Bravas and some days a Paella. Watch out though, Paella is not served every day, so I wouldn't come expecting to eat the Valencian classic, unless you've checked in advance (I've heard it's only on Sundays).
The staff are lovely, but I don't think they speak much English; a lot of the dishes will be self-explanatory, but Google Translate might come in handy here if you don't speak Spanish.
Would definitely come again: amazing food, nice atmosphere, lovely staff, great beer - perfect!

Pros: Delicious traditional Spanish food, All vegan, Lovely staff

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La mejor comida española vegana! - Edit

Una taberna muy tradicional y acogedora. Silvia y Óscar hacen de esta taberna una familia y un lugar muy familiar. La comida es deliciosa!! Las mejores bravas que he tomado en mi vida! La mejor expresión vegana de la comida tradicional española! Una auténtica delicia! Estuvimos en Valencia dos días y volvimos varias veces!

Pros: Todo es vegano y es la comida española en toda su

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100% vegan , paella only on Sundays - Edit

It's more like a pub with food, the staff is nice but not extremely welcoming.. small tables and homey feel. we took papas con mojo, mussaka con carabasseta( courgettes) and milfeulles de alberginias (aubergines) plus 3 beers , we spent 22 euros. The menu mentioned postre (dessert) but they had none until tomorrow, she said. The food was nice , but warned up in a microwave, not my favourite , no payment with cards . I would try maybe another time the paella if in Valencia again.

Pros: all vegan

Cons: fairly priced

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Disappointing food but good atmosphere - Edit

I think there's a bit of confusion as to whether this place offers vegan paella - it seems like someone probably had it here once (possibly with a menú del día which are constantly changing) and now everyone thinks they can get vegan paella here and are frustrated when they can't. I did not see vegan paella on the menu when we went, so I would guess that it is only available as part of a menú del día (lunch special) occasionally.

Also, I did not experience unfriendly staff as others are complaining about. Everyone was actually really nice and one of the better parts of the place, for me (though I do speak Spanish).

Sadly, the food isn't something I'd come back for. My partner and I tried the papas en mojo and the moussaka and both were very blah. We love papas en mojo so try them frequently at different places and these were some of the worst. Pretty tasteless. Also both were microwaved and so unevenly heated. The moussaka seemed a little overpriced at 6+ euros for a normal sized square.

It's really too bad as the atmosphere is really cool, divey and a bit punky, but I'm not sure I would go back for the food. Maybe just a drink.

Pros: Atmosphere, Friendly staff, Location

Cons: Not great food, Cash only

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Excellent food - Edit

As a vegan sometimes we get 'left out' of trying traditional or typical dishes of a country but not here. Here you can try a wide variety of tapas with generous portions. If you go for the paella you have to go on a Sunday lunchtime as this is when Valencians eat it (I live here). The menu is in Spanish and Valencian so maybe use wordreference to translate it. The patatas al mojo picón are SUBLIME! The beer is also great.

Pros: cheap, generous portions, relaxed atmosphere

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If I could give 0 stars, I would - Edit

Arrived after a long day of travel and was looking forward to vegan paella, as I'd read they serve. The man working was incredibly rude and made no attempt to help as he spoke no english and showed no menu. Shrugged and looked at me and just said "no" with the most i different look I've ever seen when I asked "paella vegano?" and said (in Spanish) that I spoke no Spanish. I left and am still hungry.

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Came for Paella. Ate anything else. top! - Edit

It's a nice little bar in the central area. Except of some drinks - which are marked on the menue - everything is vegan!

The "Burritos" are awesome and the Quiche was great as well. Everything a little bit greasy, but very tasteful. You shouldn't mind a loud atmosphere and probably bring someone that speaks spanish.

Pros: great amtmosphere, nice stuff , great options

Cons: staff speaks no english, but greasy

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good food, Spanish required - Edit

Very friendly, authentic atmosphere. The staff does not speak English and there is no English menu, but a few words of Spanish are enough to guess the dishes and to order. Recommending the pita with seitan!

Pros: visited by locals

Cons: some Spanish required

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La mejor paella vegana del mundo - Edit

Y a un muy buen precio. Es una taberna, por lo que se come en mesas pequeñas y taburetes, que también tiene su encanto.

Pros: barato, postres veganos

Cons: pequeño

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