Best Paellas in KL

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Paella is a Valencian word, which translates to the word pan. This dish is served in a pan, with its main ingredients containing short-grain white rice, beans, and any meat of your choice. This dish is slowly seeping into our Malaysian hearts, making it a dish we all favor.  Let us help you find a restaurant that would suit your taste buds!

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    The pricing here may be slightly on the higher end, but the food will not disappoint! They serve 6 different varieties of paella, with the most basic one containing both chicken and pork. Unsure whether you prefer meat or seafood in your paella? Fret not! You can order their Paella Mixta, which contains a perfect mix of them both, giving you the best of both worlds! It is served in a pan, cooked just right to ensure a slight crust on the bottom. Its amazing texture and rich flavor will overtake your senses, making you wanting for more! 

    Tips

    Make reservations beforehand

    Things to expect

    Parking may be difficult to find

    Best with

    Beer or wine

    Price

    RM64.00 to RM90.00

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    El Meson Espanol View restaurant

    61-63, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 59100, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
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    0322828290

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    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    12:00PM—01:00AM
    Saturday
    08:00AM—01:00AM
    Sunday
    08:00AM—12:00AM
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