Heaviest Paella New York 2000 - Spain
Hey, old-fashioned West Village Spanish paella is supposed to be heavy, so's you can share one with two or three friends. And this objective is admirably achieved at Spain, a 40-year-old dowager that looks much older. The garlicky paella devotes as much volume to lobster, mussels, shrimp, clams, chorizo, and chicken as it does to the rice, which is shockingly yellow and appropriately sodden with juices from all of the above. Dig in!