Tapas were very good, especially scallops and Abuela salad. Excellent Paella Valenciana. Nice flan, white sangria. Service was attentive. We’ll be back.
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The restaurant has a nice welcoming atmosphere and the staff is very attentive, a rarity in NY these days where they usually are too busy to pay attention or so all over you it's annoying. Here the balance was perfect. The paella valenciana was great...More
We were in NYC for a medical check-up and decided to stay at the Bentley Hotel. Their penthouse restaurant came to a sad close so we had to grab a quick dinner elsewhere near the hotel. The receptionist recommended Porron and she actually nailed it....More
The Tapas were excellent. I came across this restaurant by chance and I was not disappointed. They have a large selection of small and large plates to pick from. The Sangria was excellent and the staff attentive. I will return to try more of the...More
El Porron, located at the junction of the Upper East Side and Midtown East on First Avenue, has been a winner for mea and the many friends and relatives -- including Mexicans -- that I have escorted there. The tapas range from traditional Spanish jasmin...More
I love their paella. I ordered seafood paella for 2 - 4 big clams, 2 big sea scallops, squid, shrimp, mussels. It has very nice favour. Highly recommended.
During our recent stay in New York, my wife and I had a sudden yearning for Spanish food. We located a Spanish restaurant within walking distance of our hotel and off we went. After settling in at our table we started our meal with several...More
Having traveled this summer in Spain, we were interested in trying this neighborhood restaurant on our return. We went with family and ordered a variety of Tapas, Paella, and some entrees. While everything was alright, nothing really stood out or made us want to go...More
El Porron focuses on small plates, aka tapas. There is a broad selection of traditional tapas, some with a novel twist. The jamon Iberico was outstanding and beautifully cut, paper thin. The pulpo a la Gallega was excellent, as were the calamares al ajillo. The...More