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Hello fellow read cashers and foodies. Be ready as this is another food post. Today I will be talking to you about mine and my boyfriend's favourite tapas place here in Bath. And that is no other than Casa De Tapas, well located at the city centre, on York Street, Bath. But first things first, what are tapas? Well according to the omniscient Mr. Google, tapas are small Spanish savoury dishes usually served with drinks at the bar. According to Miss Wikipedia it is a Spanish appetiser or snack. In simple terms, tapas are Spanish nibbles! Now let's proceed.
Casa de Tapas, literally translated as house of tapas, was established last year, 2021. They pride themselves for creating authentic and delicious Spanish tapas served in a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere. The venue is actually VERY Español! There are 2 floors in this establishment, the first floor is for dining whilst the second floor is for drinking. Casa de Tapas are open from Mondays to Fridays from 12 to 5 PM.
My boyfriend and I love this place because as foodies, this is the perfect place to go to if you want to taste multiple varieties of food in one sitting without going over the budget. They have a promo which is any 3 tapas for 18£. This is really good compared to ordering 3 mains which are too large to consume.
We actually remembered on our first visit, we ordered 3 tapas each and struggled so badly to finish them. What a feast! On the photo above from top left going to the right, we had: Torrezinos con mojo picon, which was slow cooked pork belly served with spicy sauce; paella de pollo, which was classic Spanish chicken paella made with garrofo beans, mixed peppers, green beans, and saffron; Alitas de pollo con miel y limon, which is crispy chicken wings coated in a sweet and spicy honey sauce. From bottom left going to the right are: Pulpo con patatas y pimenton, which is slow cooked octopus served with fresh potatoes and finished with smoked paprika; Albondigas, which is homemade pork and beef meatballs served in tomato sauce; and lastly, Pinchos de ternera con mojo picon, which is marinated beef skewers served with a hot and spicy sauce.
During our latest visit there, we learned not to be too greedy. We only ordered 3 tapas to share but we were pretty full afterwards. We had the following: Croquetas de chorizo y Jamon Serrano; Mejillones al vino blanco; and a repeat order of Pulpo con patatas y pimenton. English descriptions will be written on their consecutive photos within this article.
So if you're ever in Bath, don't forget that Casa de Tapas is quite a treat! Eating and drinking there feels like you are getting transported to sunny Spain. Even their dish menu names are in Spanish! They offer a really good selection of dishes including seafoods at a very affordable price. Spanish cocktails, cavas, sangrias, and more are of abundance too!
Anyhow, that's all for today and I am sorry if I made you crave and hungry. Believe me, I also make myself feel that way when I write my articles. But I do like sharing and documenting what I eat. The good thing about it is, it doesn't make us fat. Hopefully I will still see you on my next posts. Take care y'all and cheers! 😂