Valencian cooking of La Pepica and his tasty rice, overlooking the Mediterranean sea, the sun and good vibes are the best attraction of a restaurant with more than 120 years of history.
The special paella "La Pepica" was first made for the Valencian painter Joaquin Sorolla when he visited the restaurant accompanied by other artists. Josefa prepared rice with peeled seafood to prevent becomes dirty. The visit of Queen Sofia also made another rice were integrated into the card, since being vegetarian was asked a vegetable paella. Today it remains like one more of a variety of paellas of La Pepica.More...
"La Pepica is Valencia" You can't leave Valencia without eating there. The attention is expected of an old "taproom", his attentive and helpful waiters. I recommend the mussels and the seafood paella. I keep the aftertaste of lemon in the paella yet ... and it's delicious!
"La Pepica's Paella" Excellent restaurant both for its paellas as service and speed. The Pepica recommend the paella, also known as the Senyoret, which is all peeled and food directly from the container paella. You can serve paella or eaten directly. I recommend a white wine chilled Marques de Riscal, dessert and natural lemon sorbet.
"Very good restaurant" everything was delicious. Especially its paella star, La Pepica, a delicious rice. Delicious desserts. I totally recommend. Advisable to book before.
Many famous people visited us, highlighting among others, King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia, Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles, Octavio Paz or Manolete. But for Pepica all our clients are famous.