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Sep 4, 2007 06:56 AM

Paella in Westchester

Does anyone know where to go for good Paella in Westchester? I don't know many good spanish or portuguese restaurants in the area.


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    1. There is a Spanish place in downtown White Plains called Meson Los Espanoles. They probably have paella but I've never been yet so I cannot comment further.

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      1. re: jeanki

        Yes, jeanki, it's across from Tango Grill, I couldn't remember the name. It used to be a really good Spanish place whose exit I cannot fathom.

        How about Sonora or Pacifico, do they make paella? Or Aquario?

      2. Depending on where you are in Westchester, you might consider heading up 95 to Norwalk, and hitting La Paella, a really good tapas place that also makes outstanding paella.

        1. I haven't eaten it myself, but friends of mine enjoyed the paella at Coco Rumba in Mt. Kisco. It looked delicious, and was served in a pottery crock, if I recall correctly.

          1. Have you tried the paella at La Camelia in Mount Kisco? I have had luck with other entrees there (though it's been a little while since we've been there) but I haven't tried their paella.

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            1. re: kerryfood

              La sad. It is VERY tired. Paella is nicely presented--pieces of chorizo, chicken, etc nicely arrayed, but does not have that ooomph of the cast iron posts of Sevilla in the West Village on Charles. Street.