Sunday, 5 May 2019

A Flavour of Spain at Tapas Revolution, Newcastle

 
Dining in different, new and interesting restaurants which offer cusisines which I wouldn't typically make for myself at home, or simply don't have the access to the ingredients for is one of the main reasons I love to dine out in different places. Call it a culinary exploration of the world or broadening your foodie horizons, one of my latest dining experiences was at Tapas Revolution to sample their new tapas and Paella menu which has just launched!
 
As soon as you enter Tapas Revolution, you instantly feel like you've entered a different land as the Spanish music is playing and the ambiance truly makes you feel like you are on holiday, which is something which I personally really loved about dining there!   

 
We opted for their vegetarian menu and were treated to this incredible selection of different delectable Spanish delights:-
 
Pan Con Tomate - Toasted bread, garlic, tomato and olive oil
Berenjenas Fritas - Crispy fried aubergine with a spiced honey and thyme dressing
Pimientos De Padron - Fried sweet green peppers
Piquillos Rellenos - Baked piquillo peppers filled with mushroom béchamel and piquillo pepper sauce (these were amazing and were probably my favourite thing out of the selection!)
Tortilla De Patatas - Classic Spanish omelette with eggs, potato and onion
Paella de veduras – Vegetarian paella
Churros and chocolate fondue
 
Before our food arrived we ordered our drinks and as we were at a Spanish restaurant and I hadn't actually tried it before, it seemed a suitable time to try my first ever Sangria. I went for a sparkling tropical white wine sangria with pineapple, watermelon and orange and I can safely say I have found my new favourite drink for the summer! honestly, if you haven't tried this twist on the traditional variety, I would highly recommend it!
 

 
When in Spain...
 


 
We loved sharing all of these different dishes and going on a taste rollercoaster of different delightful flavours!
 
After the smaller tapas dishes are brought out, the Paella de veduras (vegetarian paella) was brought to the table for us to share. It had a lovely smoky flavour and was generously served with plenty of aubergine and peppers which really added a fab element to the whole dish.
 
 
 

 
The décor is so authentic and adds to the whole 'vibe' of the restaurant in a really lovely way

 
I feel like everybody can relate when I say there's always a bit of room for dessert. I mean when you go out for food, it's a must that you try the dessert menu just to get a proper feel for the place...! We were treated to a plentiful abundance of the Spanish classic which is of course Churros which came with fresh icing sugar dusted strawberries and chocolate. Perfect for those who love a little something sweet! 
 
 
If you thought that that was lunch complete, then think again! We rounded off our Tapas Revolution experience sipping on lattes and chatting before heading back out into Newcastle to shop (inroads made into my summer holiday wardrobe already!)
 

 
Have you ever been to Tapas Revolution before? Will you be trying out their new menu? Bilgi   x
 
This experience was kindly gifted by Tapas Revolution. All views remain honest and my own. 
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