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For a taste of sunny Spain in Hong Kong, head over to Paella Paella, where you’ll find some of the city-state’s finest Spanish offerings. Located on Wun Sha Street, Paella Paella serve up – you guessed it – paella, with no shortage of variations of Spain’s most popular dish on the lengthy menu, as well as other delicious Mediterranean-inspired options. To score the perfect table at this Tai Hang joint, book in advance.
The ambiance is pleasant and food is good. However, the paella dishes are unreasonably pricey for the quantity served and as a local and small restaurant.
The environment and atmosphere there was energetic and staff was friendly. Great service and food was very enjoyable. I ordered quite a few tapas as we only have 2 people. Will definitely visit again and try their seafood paella. All the table ordered one except mine... I believe it should be a "must try" item.
Surprised by the quality of food. A lot of attention into the detail. Suckling pig is a must. Prawn carpaccio was also interesting. Dessert options limited though.
Hong Kong is a hotspot for international cuisine and at Tai Hang’S Paella Paella you will find Spain’s most iconic rice dish, a hit with Hong Kongers with many flocking to Tai Hang’s Paella Paella for dinner. The paella here is as authentic as you can get, dished up exactly the way it is back in Spain, and you’ll find an array of delicious choices like the signature seafood paella filled with the freshest seafood, smoked chicken with Asian artichoke as well as vegetarian options. Also on the menu at Paella Paella is a range of tapas, we recommend sharing the garlic prawns, Spanish omelette, fried anchovies, and the black pudding, a traditional Spanish blood sausage ! Of course no Spanish feast would be complete without a jug of sangria to wash it all down with, and at Paella Paella you’ll find it on the menu. To be sure of guaranteeing a table at this popular restaurant on Wun Sha Street in the Tai Hang area of Hong Kong, make a reservation beforehand.