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Where did you eat the best paella in Las Palmas?
The best paella I have had is in El Arrosar.
I recommend La Quilla. It won the award for best paella of Las Palmas!
I do not consider myself a paella expert but Las Canteras Family Restaurant was very tasty and also the Google reviews mention that the paella is very solid.
I had a nice paella at El Típico Español.
What about Ñoño El Chico? It’s on the paseo, super tasty and cheap tapas! They have a delicious paella on Sunday.
I tried Marea near Avenida Maritima and it was good. A bit expensive in my opinion.
The restaurant El Típico Español has good paella.
Restaurant El Arrosar has the best paella I’ve tried in Las Palmas.
El Arrosar. As Noel said, for the price it’s the best I’ve found. I prefer arroz negro to traditional paella – they do both very well.
A local here! La Lonja & La Marinera (a bit more expensive) are very good! Enjoy!
Yesterday I went to El Typico Español, which was really good.
I liked the paella at restaurant La Quilla.
El Arrosar beats La Quilla and El Typico Español. But everybody has their own preferences.
I recently tried the Paella at El Typico Español and it was quite good (much better than La Quilla, which I personally can’t recommend any longer). But if you want to have a very good paella, go to Restaurante Las Salinas in Castillo del Romeral after a day in the South.
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