We invite our community to participate in a time-honored tradition. Experience food as a daily pursuit, a connection to ingredients as they were meant to be.
Pa’La is food with a sense of history, cooking in a way that is inherently approachable and human.
TRADITIONAL WOOD-FIRED COOKING
The kitchen at Pa’La centers around a hand-built wood-burning oven and a forged-steel grill. In our cooking we use fire, smoke, coals, and embers to create dishes that reflect the seafood, grains, and vegetable-driven coastal cultures of the Mediterranean and South America. We are committed to strong relationships with a few select organic farmers and artisans practicing responsible agriculture and production.
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
Every dish in Pa’la starts with a high quality extra virgin olive oil. For every bottle of oil, there is a beautiful story to tell.
All of our vinegars have perfectly balanced profiles, with exeptional body and flavoring. A few drops are enough to bring vibrancy to any dish.
We only use sea salt, harvested by hand from naturally-fed salt pans, to enhance the flavor of our dishes.
“I WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING FOR THE COMMUNITY, WITH COOKING AS A REFLECTION OF THE HONESTY AND PURITY OF THE INGREDIENTS. WHERE FOOD IS A MAKER OF CULTURE AND MEMORIES.”
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FOOD AS A WAY OF LIVING