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Paella in Westchester

chocolate chick Sep 4, 2007 06:56 AM

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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    jeanki RE: chocolate chick Sep 4, 2007 08:13 AM

    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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      dolores RE: jeanki Sep 4, 2007 08:22 AM

      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. ChefBoyAreMe RE: chocolate chick Sep 4, 2007 08:32 AM

      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.

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        theatmosphere RE: chocolate chick Sep 4, 2007 11:19 AM

        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.

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          kerryfood RE: chocolate chick Sep 7, 2007 06:35 PM

          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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            steelydad RE: kerryfood Nov 21, 2007 03:55 AM

            La Camelia.....so 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.

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