Authentic experience, if you are in the area just drop by and have the horchata and pastry. Make sure you have cash they don't except card payments.
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Historic ceramic atmosphere, local and tourist people. Eat traditional pastry and drink valencia special drink.Soak the pastry in the drink and feel the taste, delicious.
The Churros came with a good hot chocolate (one hot chocolate is easily enough for at least two portions of Churros), and the place is decorated in beautiful tiles. Many Spanish customers came and drank Horchata, which indicated that it must be a good place...More
We stopped here for a quick drink before we hit the old alleyways behind the cathedral area. The interior of this very old Horchateria is beautifully tiled with pastoral scenes and black and white floors and is a blissfully cool retreat from the Valencian summer...More
The chocolate with churros was good although the chocolate was not as thick as in our previous visit on 2013 Christmas. This time the churros did not stay straight when submerged in the chocolate. We also tried the horchata but it was not as good...More
Amazing tiled art , telling the story of St James. Traditional cafe which serves amazing churros and chocolate. The horchata made from tiger nuts is pretty refreshing, it's meant to be a super food. I really like it but so e people don't. If you...More
Been here a couple of times & enjoyed the simplicity of the place! No menu just Orchata which is a drink processed from a root plant & served many different ways! The wall tiling must be seen to appreciate! No food to speak of just...More
I have visited in June 2017. I must say I held really high hopes of this place after reading all previous reviews saying it is the oldest and the most traditional horchateria in Valencia - it was one of the highlights of the trip. The...More