We’ve all been there. You travel to a new place and you want to learn more about the regional culture, cuisine, and history. You excitedly seek out a new class only to be deeply disappointed by the egoistic flair of the experience. Here at The Paella Cub, we engage with our friends, sharing laughter over a warm stove and might even stop to take a picture with you along the way. We take pride in our expertise, but we not cost of our visitors. Although our Executive Chef has experience working at a number of Michelin Star restaurants, we maintain an approachable and engaging atmosphere. Just consider us a few friends here to guide you through your own culinary journey.
Conscious Culinary Exploration: Social Responsibility
We operate under the principles of the slow food movement and we strive to provide the highest quality experience by sourcing our goods from local actors in order to help preserve and share Spanish culture and tradition, all the while maintaining a environmentally conscious approach. We believe in the importance of using locally sourced ingredients in order to provide a farm-to-table experience that celebrates the not only the local culture and environment but most importantly the people involved.
This mindset of the Slow movement not only manifests itself in our kitchen but has extended into our interior design and company structure. We have constructed The Paella Club using a variety of refurbished items in order to create a space of gastronomic education that links tradition with modernity, resulting in a space of urban design, refurbished materials, and a truly sophisticated ambiance. We strive to minimize any food waste by donating any leftover goods to neighborhood food pantries and in-need populations, and regularly partner with local NGOs to host fundraising events.