HOME > Chowhound > B.C. (inc. Vancouver) >

Discussion

Is there good paella in town ?

I've been kindly shared some info re: Slough Food in Bow-Edison (WA) and started wondering if there is good local paella. It's an every-Joe (Jose ?) family dish so I'd hope to find it as a affordable dish in an affordable resto.

RIP, El Patio .....

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. I wouldn't categorize it as affordable (though it's not expensive), but Espana does a nightly paella and it's tasty.

    5 Replies
      1. re: LotusRapper

        Me neither. Ima hafta brave the lineups there one of these days, no resos. We have such little in the way of Spanish food here now...

        1. re: grayelf

          Here's something you might wanna keep on your radar, GE:

          Slough Food Paella Party!
          Sunday, May 18th, Noon to Fourish

          Paella Party at Slough Food!

          We are kicking off our Summer 2014 Paella Season this Sunday, May 18th, Noon to Fourish. Our local Paella guru, Knut Christiansen, from paellaworks.com, will be here creating this famous Spanish rice with mussels, singing pink scallops, prawns, seasonal vegetables, and chorizo.

          Knut typically creates three unique batches, starting around noon and ending around four.

          Slough Food will be offering our normal courtyard menu with the addition of a Paella friendly wine selection. Plus, we have Kulshan Brewing IPA on tap, and our housemade Sangria!

          No reservations necessary, please join us for this special event.

          Any questions, please call 360.766.4458, or email info@sloughfood.com

          http://www.sloughfood.com/

          1. re: LotusRapper

            Just seeing this now as we were in Portland for the long weekend but thanks! As it happened we did pop into Kulshan on the way home, nice patio, and the sanguches at Rumba are worthy.

            For others reading along, Slough Food, Kulshan and Rumba are in Bellingham.

            1. re: grayelf

              Sounds like you had another stellar PDX trip :-)

              Slough Food is actually in Edison: http://goo.gl/maps/cJBYu

      1. re: KarenDW

        Well you just have to let us know where ya live, and what time dinner is served ;-)

        1. re: KarenDW

          or - since it's a long drive for us - can you please tell me how to make it - ever since going to Cuba - where they made a great paella for the touristas at the "resort" - I have wanted to try this myself.

          will you share your method, please?

          1. re: KarenDW

            maybe a paella party is in order; weekend june 14/15?
            who knows how to set up this sort of thing, according to the rules of CH?
            @georgiastrait, we can skype you in, if you like

          2. perhaps what I'd consider "good" paella will be different from what others' definition, but... the basic components include fresh seafood, flavourful sausage and chorizo, and good chicken/duck, combined with well-cooked, good quality rice, and saffron.
            I've not had paella in a local restaurant for many years, although did try it out in Barcelona and Sitges at water-side cafes.