Little Thai Restaurant Calle Onteniente, 4 in Abastos
Little Thai ABASTOS map
Book now at the first Little Thai restaurant that we opened in Valencia, specifically in the Abastos area.
From the El Tenedor platform, you can reserve a table for yourself and your family or your friends at our store.
Our first Thai food restaurant in Valencia, is located in a neighborhood close to the city center and very close to the Juan Llorens area.
LOCATION AND ACCESS
To get to Little Thai Abastos there is a good combination of public transport, it is an easily accessible area and it has parking.
A quiet area but very close to different places for nightlife. In addition, it is located next to the Abastos Market and 5 minutes from Plaza España.
Our first restaurant is a spacious place perfect for lunch and dinner for large groups, for families with children and for couples.
Also, when the heat arrives, you can enjoy our terrace both for lunch, dinner or take whatever you want.
Enjoy the best Thai food in Valencia at the first Little Thai restaurant.
INFORMATION ON THE Abastos AREA, DISTRICT Extramurs
Little Thai Abastos is located in the Extramurs neighborhood. This neighborhood receives this name because it was built as an extension to the city center, on the outside to the wall that protected the historic center of Valencia.
In one of the city limits are the Torres de Quart, which make the border between this neighborhood and Ciutat Vella (the center of Valencia). The Torres de Quart, were one of the gates of the wall that gave access to the city until 1865.
The Extramurs neighborhood borders Campanar to the north, Ciutat Vella and Eixample to the east, Jesús to the south and Patraix and L’Olivereta to the west.
In addition, the Extramurs neighborhood is made up of four neighborhoods:
- La Roqueta.
- La Petxina.
- Arrancapins (where our restaurant is located).
The old Abastos Market in Valencia is one of the key buildings in the Extramurs neighborhood.
This market was a building built in the 1940s and designed to supply merchandise throughout the city of Valencia.
With the expansion and growth of the city itself, it became too central to be able to supply the city with merchandise. In this way, the supply function was transferred outside the urban nucleus.
The market building was abandoned between the 70s and 80s. Later it was rehabilitated, and the decoration of the local baroque style was kept.
Currently it is a sports and cultural complex of a public nature. You haven’t visited it yet?
The Red Farm is another of the unique buildings in the Extramurs neighborhood, located southeast of the Extramurs neighborhood.
This emblematic building in Valencia is located on Jesús Street, and was designed by Enrique Viedma Vidal. This architect followed the precepts of architectural rationalism and expressionism of the Amsterdam school.
The Red Farm was built in the 1930s (between 1929 and 1933). The construction of these houses were intended for workers seeking housing in Valencia in the late 1920s.
With an extension of 15,000 m2, some 378 homes were planned for the workers. It is currently a residential building and a landmark in the city of Valencia.
Its color as you can see is red and offers a nice contrast with the other buildings in the neighborhood. Did you know this building in Valencia?