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Few dishes generate more controversy on social networks than paella. True debates are generated that end in controversy due to the variety (or not) of ingredients that can be part of it. That is what happened to a restaurant in Tenerife with a “Canarian paella” as some of its customers considered.

We are talking about a controversy because, to tell the truth, there are detractors, but also many people who have defended the paella of the Leonardo’s, the restaurant in Tenerife that advertised a lobster paella: “It is a classic Spanish rice dish made with rice, clams, prawns, mussels and shellfish cooked and served in a pan. Although paella originates from Valencia, it is recognized as the national food of Spain and there are several different varieties.

From that clarification of the restaurant, the comments began against, although also in favor. Several people who wrote pointed out that what they served was “arroz con cosas”, others that it was a “Canarian paella” and others that, in addition to “being good” defended that “don’t criticize it so much and try it first”.

The truth is that this restaurant in Tenerife achieved one of its objectives, that its dish had diffusion. So much so that this publication has gone viral in the last few hours on networks because it serves as advertising for it.

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Deborah Acker

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