The word paella originates from the word “Patella” in latin, meaning plate or small pan. By definition, the word paella means the pan in which the spanish rice dish is cooked in. In today’s world, paella is a spanish rice dish originating in Valencia by local farmers cooking lunch with whatever they had around, such as rabbit, snails and legumes. It later grew in popularity and different regions began adding various local ingredients and techniques. There is no right or wrong way to make a paella, the ultimate point is to bring people together to relax, laugh, drink, and enjoy good food.
Paellas are made to order & can take 30 to 45 minutes.
Small serves: 1 to 2 people, Large: 3 to 4
Crispy bottom crust, known as Socarrat, upon request