Castellon is a mountainous province that is also washed by the sea, which provides it with all the ingredients to offer a very varied gastronomy. The sausages, butifarras, fried foods and stews of all kinds are protagonists. The traditional tombets (made with meat and accompanied with mountain snails), mushrooms, pot and grilled meat are also very well known. Rice, vegetables, fish and shellfish are the basics of the cuisine that comes from its coast. A celebration cannot be understood without the emblematic Valencian paella. White and blue fish and shellfish are also present in many recipes.
The Grocery Store
Calle Morería, 10 ground floor (12001)
This tavern in the heart of Castellón transports its diners to the golden age of grocery stores and grocery stores. There is a reason they are specialists in wines, vermouths and preserves of the best quality.
Carrer de Ximén Pérez d’Arenós, 40 (12004)
A restaurant of the always, where quality and treatment are its main strength. It stands out for its Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine with hearty dishes. It is usually quite crowded but still pleasant. In addition, its price is unbeatable.
Juan de los Palotes
Calle de Campoamor, 3 (12001)
Tasca-restaurant located in the center of Castellón. They have both a lunch menu (from Tuesday to Friday) and a tapas menu. In addition to terrace. A nice place with an open kitchen. Ideal for a drink in the afternoon and for dinner. Be sure to try the marinated chicken skewer with basmati rice.
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