Spanish tapas are so famous around the world, but what really are they?
Tapas are a kind of snacks that are taken in Spain before the main course. These little small plates come in many different forms and are made with a big variety of ingredients: can be cured meats, cheeses or more elaborate dishes, such as a stew. Want to know more? Read on!
What tapas are made of?
Tapas are made of practically anything: cured meats, cooked meats, vegetables, cheeses, seafood, olives, etc. Depending on what you want, you can choose some jamón ibérico, chorizo, cheese or maybe a really good and crispy deep fried fish, cooked chunk of tuna or even meatballs. There is no limit for tapas!
Tapas are normally paired with white or red wines (depending on whether they are meat, fish or vegetables) and also with very cold beer. Tapas are a way to share a meal with family and friends and enjoy a quick drink before (or during) lunch or dinner. In addition, tapas allow you to enjoy different flavors and textures in the same meal.
Tapas are very important in Spanish social life. They use even the verb tapear, which basically means to go out and eat diferent tapas in different places!
La Vendimia, tapas in Brighton
Now you can enjoy tapas and Spanish food in Brigthon. We offer so many different options (even vegan) to «tapear» in Brighton. Don’t miss the opportunity of trying something different and delicious. Here are some of our more popular Spanish tapas in La Vendimia:
You can find us at 81-82 St.James Street (Brigthon). Book Now in our telephone number +44 1273 567354.