Las Paellas Café

A few months ago, my family and I went to SM North Edsa because my ate needs to apply for a Sun Broadband Internet subscription. After she applied she suggested that we have our lunch at Las Paellas Café. According to the web, the restaurant was established back in August 1997 by Mr. Ramon Del Gallego Jr. Las Paellas Café offers Spanish, Asian, and Fusion cuisine.

The place is half empty when we got there, maybe because it’s past 1 PM already. Since my ate tried the place before, we let her choose what to order. We had Calamares Fritos, Churros con Chocolate, Sizzling Baked Clams, Paella Valenciana, and Lapu-Lapu Romana.

Calamares Fritos is Las Paellas’ popular golden crispy squid served with garlic mayonnaise. It costs P140.00.

Churros con Chocolate is a sugar-sprinkled fritters with thick Spanish hot chocolate. It costs P125.00.

Las Paellas Cafe's Paella Valenciana
Las Paellas Cafe's Paella Valenciana

Paella Valenciana is a saffron rice with chicken, pork, chorizo, seafood, and vegetables. It costs P450.00.

Las Paellas Cafe's Sizzling Baked Clams
Las Paellas Cafe's Sizzling Baked Clams

Sizzling Baked Clams is a sizzling hot baked clams with garlic butter sauce. It costs P150.00.

Lapu-Lapu Romana is basically a crispy Lapu-Lapu with tomato-mushroom sauce topped with mushrooms, capers and sun-dried tomatoes. It costs P195.00.

I don’t know if this is the best place to eat paella but I think this is one of the better places to eat one. Their paellas are delicious, nicely prepared with a generous serving and, sold for an affordable price.

Table Surfer’s Experience

Ambiance 3
Food 4
Service 4
Value 4
Overall Rating 3.75

Level 2, Annex Bldg, SM City North EDSA, North Avenue cor EDSA Quezon City
Sun-Thu: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Fri-Sat: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

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