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Ana Eva is a vegetarian restaurant with more than 30 years of experience, offering an ovolactovegetariana own vegan dishes, healthy and imaginative creation. Ana Eva believe in doing things right, we prepare our dishes with fresh products from the market, all cooked baked or steamed to preserve all its properties. The restaurant has two dining venues gift, one of them a landscaped courtyard garden where you can enjoy a meal or a quiet dinner in a beautiful setting.
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The owner, Ana Aparicio, follows in the footsteps of her father, one of the most prestigious master rice cooks, in this centrally located and exquisite establishment. Don’t miss her succulent paellas and her exquisite mellow rice dishes!
Do not miss their Arroz del senyoret, their Arroz estilo Albufera (with duck) or their Rossejat (rice stew). For pairing, they have an extensive offer of denominations of origin Ribera del Duero, Rioja and wines from Castilla y León, as well as white wines from D. O. Utiel Requena, Valencia and Alicante.
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En su interior, cuando llegas a tiempo (o simplemente te aseguras de tener una reserva y pedirla) puedes comer en un hermoso patio ajardinado con un montón de plantas para abrazar su deliciosa comida basada en plantas. El lugar se llena muy rápido, ¡no te lo pierdas!
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This placid recreational area 66 kilometers from Valencia hides an infinite number of stories. Many visitors ask at the tourist office of this region for La Albufera and El Palacio de Cervellón, confusing them with their namesakes in the surroundings of the capital of the Turia. In the town of Anna there is a palace of the same lineage. There is also a lake known as La Albufera, although in reality it is not, as it does not border the sea. Its groundwater comes from the extensive aquifer of the Caroig Massif. It was the naturalist Cavanilles who in the 18th century named this plentiful spring of water as Albufera, following the name, also of Arab origin, that the natives of the area gave it.
The Almohads, who in the 12th century built a weir to dam the water and direct it in several branches to the washing places, watering places and the old part of the town, passing through the palace until it reached the river, knew nothing of these remains. Or towards the Gorgo Gaspar, which in another time gave hydraulic energy to a textile factory by means of a waterwheel and irrigated the fertile lands of the surroundings.