Pa’La

When Mark Tarbell steps into the kitchen at Pa’ La in Central Phoenix, he comes down with a serious case of oven envy. Chef Claudio Urciuoli crafts dishes using TWO wood-burning fires. One involves a beautiful, hand-made brick oven flown in from Italy. See how this Chef uses fire, fine ingredients and high-quality olive oils to make dishes inspired by the Mediterranean and South America.

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Restaurant address: 2107 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ

Phone number: (602) 795-9500

Website: palakitchen.com/

Cuisine(s): Seafood

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