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We are Familia Paella, you may of seen our tree posters.

We are located in Dulwich, we are a family run business offering exquisite. gastronomic, authentic Spanish Food to your door.

We specialise in Spanish Gastronomy and are available for deliveries and collections.

We offer other catering services such as Birthdays, Weddings and many other celebrations.

Please visit www.familapaella19.com or call 07958669179 to place an order

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Take Away Menu

Every Day

5pm - 10pm

? Home-made toasted Bread with fresh tomato and Garlic (Tomaco) -?5 (v)

? Seafood Paella - for 2 people - ?30 - for 4 people - ?40

? Vegetable Paella -for 2 people - ?30 - for 4 people - ?40 (v)

? Calamari (Ala Ramana) + Alioli - ?7

? Mixed Paella - for 2 people - ?35 - for 4 people - ?45

? Prawns (Al Ajillo) with garlic & chilli - ?7.50

? Octopus smoked paprika, Olive oil, King Edward Potatoes (Pulpo a la Gallega) - ?10

? Padron Peppers with Sea Salt - ?7 (v)

? Signature Aubergine, Courgette & Okra Medley with fresh tomatoes and Pomergrante - ?8.50 (v)

? Croquettes - Bechamel and Serrano ham - ?9.00

? Patatas bravas with a Spicy Sauce and Alioli - ?5

? Lentils(v) - ?10

? Serrano Ham & Chorizo Lentils - ?12

Call for more Starters and Mains - Place/Reserve an Order:

07958669179/ 07576363767

[email protected]

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absolutelizard Wrote:


> Im not sure i want your enterprise to succeed, ?5

> for some takeaway bread and ?10 for some lentils.

> Pull the other one.

I guess if you don't like the prices, you can always choose not to buy from them and make your own

No one has twisted your arm to buy from them

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Yep. Just set-up user immediately posting provocatively on multiple threads.

Seen it all before. 🥱

rachp Wrote:


> Pull the other one... hmmm, I remember another

> xharming character on here who used that turn of

> phrase, sounds very familiar...

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