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In Spanish the word tapa means ‘cover’, and the tradition dates back to the turn of the century in the south of Spain. During horse fairs in Seville, tavern keepers would offer a slice of bread to ‘cover’ the glass of sherry and thus prevent flies from crawling in. Most patrons would end up nibbling the bread, and the rest is history. In Spain tapas are served in bars only, and we maintain that tradition; however we make an exception at lunch time, when we also serve them in the dining room

MEAT, GAME & POULTRY

pinchitos morunos — $4.95
grilled pork skewers marinated with herbs and cumin

datiles endiablados — $3.95
“deviled”dates: filled with chorizo and wrapped in bacon

cordero al chilindron — $5.95
braised lamb with tomatoes, peppers and garlic

callos a la madrileña — $4.90
trotter stew with bacon and potatoes

costillita de cordero — $7.65
grill lamb chop served with faba beans

pollo de corral — $5.80
chermoula marinated, and grilled, boneless chicken

trio de empanadillas  — $8.65
chicken and sweet pepper, caramelized onion and chorizo, tuna & tomato marmalade

guiso de ternera — $5.95
brised veal with olives and carrots

fabada — $6.45
classic Spanish stew of meats and legumes

croquetas de jamon — $4.80
ham and onion croquettes

‘el Pepito’ — $7.95
seared beef medallion on toast, allioli

rojoes a cominos — $5.15
slow-braised pork shoulder with onions, lemon and cumin

pincho de salchichas — $4.85
grill sausage sampler, mustard sauce

pa amb tomaquet i pernil — $19.95
country bread rubbed with tomato, topped with hand carved Serrano ham

SEAFOOD

pincho de gambas y chorizo — $4.85
caraway and garlic-marinated prawns and chorizo skewer

banderillas — $4.90
white anchovies, mahon cheese, grilled cumin-marinated eggplant

vieira con espuma de salmon ahumado  — $5.60
grilled day-boat scallop with smoked salmon mousse

pulpo a la gallega — $9.95
octopus with olive oil and hot dry peppers

mejillones rellenos — $4.85
mussels stuffed with shallots, Serrano ham, and béchamel

albondigas de cangrejo — $5.85
fried dungeness crab dumplings, mojo picon canario

crudo de vieira — $4.50
day-boat scallop sashimi with squid ink vinaigrette, lime and sea salt

almejas rebozadas — $4.85
fried Ipswich clams, allioli

sardinas a la parrilla — $4.35
grilled grape leaf wrapped sardine filet, garlic toast, tomato marmalade

VEGETARIAN

tortilla de patatas — $6.85
traditional Spanish potato-onion omelete

escalibada — $5.15
olive oil-sherry wine vinegar marinated roasted vegetables

aceitunas y almendras — $3.80
assorted marinated olives & toasted spiced almonds

champiñones al ajillo — $3.90
grilled mushrooms, garlic-parsley olive oil

espinacas con garbanzos — $4.75
spinach with chickpeas, garlic and Spanish paprika

patatas bravas con allioli — $4.85
spicy fried potatoes with garlic mayonnaise

rollito de verduras — $5.85
cabbage roll stuffed with onions, eggplant and almond; tomato marmalade

samosas — $4.85
with potatoes and peas, mint-yougurt sauce

gazpacho malagueño — $4.90
glass of chilled almond-garlic soup

gazpacho andaluz — $3.85
the real deal, in a glass

coca catalana — $9.85
catalan flat bread with caramelized garlic, onion marmalade and roasted peppers

tomates con queso al albahaca — $4.85
cherry tomatoes and Manchego cheese, basil dressing

 

 

 

 

prices do not include nineteen point five percent service charge
and eight and a half percent sales tax