In Prague, tapas are a relatively common sight nowadays. There are not many places that take extra care to make your tapas experience authentic and bring much more than just a few olives and a slice of manchego though. Not that we dislike plain foods but one often wants something more refined and interesting.
La Cava Valenciana specializes in Valencian cuisine. Valencia is often called an “immense garden” and offers a variety of products. The region boasts both mountains and plains so that a rich variety of plants thrive here: Olive trees, raisins, wine, figs and other fruit is famous, as is the Valencian paella and a variety of desserts that have origins in Arabic times… but back to the Cava.
A real bar atmosphere
The owner takes care to make the atmosphere of this place easygoing: it is supposed to be a bar where you go with friends and have something small to eat, not needing a formal attire or the whole evening to sample everything. You can have larger tapas, basically smaller portions of hot foods such as the albondigas (meatballs) or camarones al ajillo (shrimps in garlic sauce that you can encounter in Spain and also in the Canaries), or tapas plates with patés, jamón (ham), chorizo and other well-known delicacies. Or choose your own combo from the daily offer. It is an informal bar after all.
Name: La Cava Valenciana
Address: Radlická 1C, Praha 5