Something you can always count on, no matter where you are traveling to, you can trust the locals.
Travel Tip: If the café or restaurant is always busy, it is probably worth trying! No matter where you are in the world, you can always count on the locals unintentionally telling you where great places are based on where they go.
My wonderful friend Susannah brought me to this lovely little café a while back called Dulce de Leche in Rusafa. Honestly, if she was not there, I probably would have never gone in simply because there were so many people there and they all speaking Spanish. Aka, my nightmare, but now it has become one of the best cafés to hang out in.
Dulce de Leche is a cool eclectic café that is ALWAYS busy and for good reason. Their food and drinks are delicious! Plus, for the instagrammers out there, their presentation is fantastic. Most of the food and drinks are brought to your table on cute little wooden trays and out of all of times I have come here, my order has never been presented the same way twice. They switch up cups and mugs or put different things for decorations.
Still not convinced that you need to visit this great little café? They have an incredible bakery section with mini pies, cakes, muffins, cookies and croissants. This was the first place in Spain that I found a pear pie. What up?!
If you are in the area and are looking for a quaint place to relax and have a cappuccino, this is your type of café.
Dulce de Leche Pasteleria – Calle Pintor Alberto Gisbert, 2, València
Adventure Lesson Learned: Don’t be afraid of the crowds. They may be leading you to something amazing.
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