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Throughout the world paella is known as a definitively Spanish dish, yet in different regions of Spain you'll find countless variations, not least in Catalonia. Find out where to get the best paella in Barcelona, and see how local chefs have made this classic Valencian dish their own.
If you had to pick the most famous dishes of Spanish cuisine, you’d surely mention tapas and paella, but there are other comfort foods...
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