For a long time, tapas in the UK meant the occasional piece of chorizo, olives and a dash of salsa. That has since changed, with the introduction of Tapas Revolution resulting in Spanish food becoming increasingly popular among Brits. With food designed for any time of day and any occasion, there really is no time like the present for visiting Tapas Revolution.
Start the day off right with a Spanish take on an English classic, Montado de Bacon – a brioche bun filled with smoked streaky bacon. Or if that doesn’t do the trick, try the Ibérico – two fried eggs served with Ibérico ham on toasted bread rubbed with garlic and tomatoes. Wash it all down with some Limonada Casera – homemade lemonade with a touch of saffron. Lovely.
For a lighter bite for lunch, fix your eyes on their picoteo – a fantastic range of nibbles ideal for sharing. Whether it’s the Aceitunas Manzanilla – marinated Andalusian green olives – or Albóndigas en salsa – beef meatballs in a vegetable, tomato and white wine sauce, Tapas Revolution is sure to get your taste buds tingling. You and your friends got an appetite? Try the Selección Ibérica – a bigger plate, ideal to share, of both hand carved jamón and chorizo Ibérico.
For dessert, can you really see past some Churros? Delicious Spanish doughnuts made in-house, tossed in cinnamon sugar and served with hot dipping chocolate. What’s better?
If lunch time isn’t for a while, then why not check out this video on how to make Buñuelos De Bacalao – Salt Cod Fritters – to get you in the mood for your Spanish adventure. The recipe can be found here.