Most of us have tried paella – or at least what many think is paella. But the question is: what makes a truly authentic version and what is actually a paella pretender? Sitting alongside tapas, flamenco and Pablo Picasso, paella (pronounced pay-eh-ya) is one of Spain’s most famous exports.
Now you too can learn how to cook an authentic paella with Spaniards, at Pata Negra Tapas Bar!
Our Spanish experts will introduce you to this famous rice dish, teach you a few of the tricks of the trade and immerse you with the rich paella history and a bit of useful lingo as well. No previous Spanglish experience required 😉
These nights are highly recommended. The classes are conducted in cosy groups of 10 to 15 people with a welcome drink on arrival and some tapas is provided through the relaxed night. You get to be hands-on during the cooking process and taste-tests are essential.
OF COURSE – you get to eat a meal of what you have prepared!
And why not take a few portions for home (some Spanish reckon that paella gets even better the 2nd day, once the flavours have been absorbed through all of the rice).
We hold our paella classes at Pata Negra Tapas Bar – 73 MacGregor Terrace, Bardon, on scheduled Thursday nights
Want to know more? Call us on 0413 176 031