We stopped by at Central Bar by Ricard Camarena, a little bar in the middle of the market that serve tapas and a wide range of drinks. Last time my brother in law visited Valencia he tried a traditional Horchata though it was different for him, he seem to take taken to the taste and have even brought some to take back to England. Certainly an acquired taste, a little like Marmite, you will either love it or hate it. Personally, I choose the latter, maybe not as strong as the word ‘hate’ but it is not something that I get too excited about. After a couple of glasses of Albariño and a plate of bravas I was ready to explore the array of well presented stalls. The traders certainly take a lot of pride on their goods, the sight and atmosphere was overwhelming, but then again, I get really excited when it comes to markets, it is one of my favourite places to spend a few hours just to browse and try the latest products.