If you are a tourist visiting Madrid, and wanna try some paella then this place is OK. It is a mass produced paella place with medium prices. Now, If you are a paella connoisseur and are looking for a good paella, keep walking!
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We were unable to get in to Barocca ( on the same street ), but they were happy to find room for us here in this off-the-beaten-track but clearly popular paella joint. A simple starter of delicious Iberico ham and manchego set us up for...More
As we were trying to decide on a place to have dinner at we passed by this place. It was closed by the time that we reached, so we waited in front of the restaurant. Because we are always so lucky, turns out we were...More
Oh yes, now this is the place to come for paella. Book in advance as this place seems pretty full! The home made croquettes were delicious, followed by the Valencia Paella which was very nice indeed! The 5th star isn't there because I don't like...More
Jus finished dinner at La Paella .. this restaurant truly deserves 5 starts for their great service n great food .. ordered seafood Paella n it's was jus awesome n so we're croquettes.. prices are very reasonable as well for a fine dining kind of...More
We went here after horrible experiences in Seville. We were welcomed like family! The paella was superb. Best ever. We asked for the Valencia version and were asked if we knew there was rabbit in it. No problemo. Enjoyed the baked pepper salad with bread....More
The service was very good; the atmosphere good and the paella is presented well. The paella itself tasted good but not great. The mixed salad is also good- best for two people.