If in addition to the traditional dishes of the local cuisine you also look for a particular and ancient environment, then the Bodega Montaña is without a doubt the most suitable place. Housed in a building dating back to the nineteenth century, in core of the fisherman's neighborhood, the restaurant was opened in 1836 and is considered one of the oldest in Valencia. Inside is divided into two large rooms, decorated as is the tradition of the old taverns in Spain, mainly on the tiles and white posters pasted on the walls. In addition, there is also a third room, smaller and reserved, instead of eating you can taste some of the wines in the cellar of Bodega Montaña. The menu offers, in addition to the inevitable tapas, Mediterranean specialties in seafood, but also delicious cold cuts. The Bodega Montaña is also renowned for serving anchovies and sardines which are good for the whole city.