Today we are presenting you 4 best breakfast spots in Valencia. If you live in Valencia, maybe you’ve already realized that brunch is something almost unknown here. However, Spaniards love their almuerzo. Almuerzo is something between breakfast (desayuno) and lunch (comida) eaten around 11 am. It usually consist of a big bocadillo (sandwich or to be precise baguette) and beer. If you are more of a sweet tooth check our list.

La Petite Brioche

La Petite Brioche bakery on calle Sorní 28 has a stunning selection of cakes and pastries. Apart from that you can choose from 4 breakfast menus – La Petite Brioche, American, French and Mediterranean. La Petite Brioche menu includes coffee and juice and then you can choose either cake, muffin or quiche. All that for 5,70 €. And wait when you see the vintage interior.

Dulce de Leche

Dulce de Leche is a stylish café with spectacular selection of delicious cakes. The owner comes from Argentian-German family with a passion for baking and continues the family tradition. They offer full breakfast menu for 6 € during the week and 7 € on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu includes a glass of orange juice, coffee, French croissant and toast. Quiet a great deal, isn’t it? There are two Dulce de Leche cafés – one in Ruzafa (calle Cuba 46) and another one on calle Jesús 71.

La Más Bonita

If you are heading to the Valencia beach, La Más Bonita is worth a shot. This relaxing café is located at Patacona beach (Passeig Marítim de Patacona 11). You can sit in the cozy interior, in the backyard or on the front terrace with a seaview. Like Dulce de Leche, La Más Bonita also offers huge tasty cakes and Spanish desserts, altough you can enjoy wonderful bacon and eggs for breakfast too.

Horchateria Daniel

Let’s start the day with a glass of ice-cold horchata and freshly baked fartons in order to get some energy before your Spanish course. If you are wondering what horchata is, read our last week’s article. Horchateria Daniel has two branches – one in Alboraya and the other one at Mercado Colón. Don’t go there too early though, they open at 10 am.