We got the pescados & mariscos paella. Far away from the one that they used to make. A sort of process food paella
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Named for the delish crunchy rice at the bottom of a paella pan, this place lived up to the name. Cozy interior, good wines/cocktail list (we went with a white sangria). The courses were uniformly delish. The paellas are for at least 2 people to...More
Thought the meal was great. A variety of tapas each had great flavor and the seafood paella was wonderful. It reminded me of tapas bars in southern Spain. As for being expensive, yes, it was expensive, as for "burnt rice" that is the style. My...More
We told the waiter that the Paella was badly burned. He said the name of the restaurant means the crunchy bottom of the dish and then he proceeded to scrape the bottom black "burnt" crust from the bottom of the pan and we all said...More
the Restaurant is too dark, food good nothing special, We had some tapas some good the jamon was not reallly excellent. Normal dinner I was expencting more for the food.
My husband just happened to walk by Socarrat Paella Bar one day and since he knows how much I like Spanish food, he suggested it for an evening out with friends in NYC. What a great find that was! I liked the cozy atmosphere of...More
We happen to go to Socarrat on a Saturday night fairly early with no reservation. We waited only a short while as we were quite lucky as this place got very crowded. We all had the various specials and some delicious wine with dinner. Reasonable...More