La Paella de la Reina
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La Paella de la Reina information
Madrid is not renowned for its paella (Valencia is king in that regard), but Valencianos who can’t make it home are known to frequent La Paella de la Reina. Like any decent paella restaurant, you need two people to make an order but, that requirement satisfied, you’ve plenty of choice. The typical Valencia paella is cooked with beans, chicken and rabbit.
There are also plenty of seafood varieties on offer, including arroz negro (black rice, whose colour derives from squid ink).