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View Full Discussion The size just tells you how many servings you can make at once, but I never go for the maximum so that I can reduce spills. https://www.thepaellacompany.co.uk/paella_pan_serving_guide.html gives a size guide. I really need a glass cooking surface-compatible paella pan, but they need to be especially flat to work. Haven't heard if this is ok.
Matfer's website says nothing I could find. But people claim the fry pan is very flat and does not warp, being good for glass top stoves. Not sure if that helps.
I have several of the Matfer carbon steel pans and they are all perfectly flat.
I don't have this particular pan, but am considering it to fit in a Wolf countertop oven.
BUT, I have three other carbon steel pans--2 Mauvel and 1 deBuyer--and one of my favorite things about them is how absolutely flat they are on my glass cooktop, which I hate, but am stuck with for now. I even use cast iron on the cooktop without issues, but the carbon steel is much better in this regard. --For some reason, I seem to check this every time I use one of them, probably because my cast iron griddle is so uneven.
This doesn't actually answer your question but, it might give you a little confidence that it might work for you. ☺️