A spontaneous night out on Saturday led to dinner at Spanish Tapas. Living just 15 walks away, I can’t believe I had not been here earlier. We chose to sit outside as it was a very warm evening, which meant unfortunately that we did not get a great view of the flamenco dancing inside. I could just see them through the window, as pictured above, but it was not quite the same. They have flamenco dances every Monday, Friday and Saturday night however and 7 days a week in December, so am sure I will get another chance to enjoy the show.
They also have some great specials throughout the week; such as half price tapas on Mondays and $2 drinks on Tuesdays and Wednesdays if you order the $30/40pp banquet menus ($30 banquet menu is 2 tapas, bread and salad. $40 banquet menu consists of 3 tapas, paella, bread and salad).
On Saturday, we ordered to share the Croquetos de champinon (mushroom croquettes), Alas de pollo al ajillo (chicken wings cooked in garlic and white wine sauce), Costillas de cordero a la plancha (grilled lamb cutlets), Herb bread with Fior di Latte mozzarella, and of course a jug of sangria. It was all good, although you do get what you pay for with the $14 cocktails.