What a great evening at the Newcastle Tapas Revolution restaurant in the new Grey’s Quarter of Newcastle. Invited as a plus one I was delighted to accept this complimentary meal. An authentic restaurant from the incredibly talented Spanish chef Omar Allibhoy.
If you aren’t familiar with Newcastle, over recent years there has been a huge development of restaurants opening in one part of the shopping centre which is fabulous to see.
One of the restaurants is the fabulous Tapas Revolution which serves up the best of Spain from octopus and omelette to fiestas and Sangria. I often talk about my daughter Laura, who had the absolute honour of experiencing a meal cooked by Omar himself when the restaurant first opened.
I was quite surprised to know that this is actually a restaurant chain as it has an individual feel that is far more welcoming than some of the other restaurants in the newly refurbished quarter of eateries.
You can’t help but like the staff, they are attentive and knowledgeable about the dishes that they serve and clearly they are hired on their passion to the heritage of the food that is presented.
Tapas Revolution Fans
This is the second occasion that I have eaten in the restaurant and my previous experience was equally as pleasant. The food is tasty and the menu selection is abundant. Tapas Revolution is a great sharing experience and we threw ourselves into it whole-heartedly!
With the wine and chat flowing we filled ourselves with a selection of traditional dishes; breads and tapenade, potatoes bravas, calamari, octopus, jambon croquettes, tiger prawns, breads and aioli, beef skewers and of course chicken paella. What a sumptuous spread! Hands down my favourite was the calamari, lightly dusted and with a fabulous garlic dip.
Travel the world without leaving my site with these posts:
- Cork: Long weekends and heading to the county gaol
- Viva Las Vegas: My recommendations for the best visit to Sin City
The portion sizes were ample and the recommendation of 3 to 4 dishes per person is perfect for a really filling meal. Prices range from £3.95 to £7.95 for each tapas dish. Ordinarily I am not a great fan of having your food delivered to the table piece-meal as it becomes ready, but for this style of dining it is absolutely perfect.
I best start learning to enjoy this dining style as I’m planning a move to Spain and will have to get used to the Tapas Revolution style of feasting.
Soak in the atmosphere and relax, this is not a fast-food experience it is more of something to be savoured and enjoyed in the company of others. If you are not a sharer then this is probably not the experience for you. This is more than dining this is a social activity full of laughter and fun, sharing and enjoyment.
This is a great restaurant for a gathering with friends or family, there is no hurry or pressure just a relaxed atmosphere with excellent food, wine and cocktails so sit back, unwind and enjoy Spanish style tapas revolution.
Recreate the Spanish Tapas Revolution at home with these books from Omar Allibhoy
[amazon_link asins=’0091951259,1849497605′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’thesocialmv-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’aeeed455-ae00-11e7-8d15-05f48f49baf6′]
Have you been to visit Tapas Revolution? We would love to hear all about your visit in the comments section below. As always, if you have found this article of any value we would love for you to ‘Pin It’ on Pinterest and share with your friends and family across social media and beyond!
Pin me for later
Disclaimer: This meal was provided complimentary, all views are our own. Read more about disclosure here.
This Post Has 4 Comments
Pingback: Newcastle's Best Burger the Meat:Stack - The Social Media Virgin
Pingback: Laundrette Newcastle Cocktails & Carbs - The Social Media Virgin
Pingback: Afternoon Delight at Riley’s Fish Shack Beach Restaurant - The Social Media Virgin
Pingback: McDonald‘s Signature Burger Launch - The Social Media Virgin
Comments are closed.