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  • Andaluz

    Perth, Perth

    A little hidden gem.. be sure to get there early to get an inside table, or make yourself really feel like you are in Spain and sit outside.. With at a tapas style menu and great wine list sure is a place not to miss..

  • Rustico Tapas and Bar

    Rockingham, Perth

    Rustico tapas bar isn't traditional Spanish Tapas, but the food is beautiful. one of the best local restaurants. relaxed casual dining. Tapas starts at $11 - $24. Try the Tuesday $10 cocktails all day and the in house made sangria.

  • The Hardware Societe

    City, Melbourne

    Awarded 3 stars in the '2012 Cheap Eats' (THE AGE) The name sounds clubby, but there are no leather armchairs at this pint-sized French-Spanish bistro. Instead people linger around the street, waiting to squeeze onto the communal table or along the bar piled high with the day's house-made cakes, empanadas and pies. Keen service makes everyone feel like a member.

  • Miss Marley's

    Manly, Sydney

    One of Sydney's coolest drinking and dining establishments, Miss Marley's embodies everything that is great about Manly - exceptional food and the finest cocktails delivered in a friendly and casual environment. As you slide through the sheer curtains at the entrance, you'll feel as though you've been transported back to the '50's - when style and sophistication reigned supreme. The retro backdrop and candle-lit tables provide an ambiance like nowhere else in Manly, and a read through the menu is sure to get your taste buds tingling. Menu executed by Head Chef Paul Del Altura and the discernable tastes of owner Kieran Bailey, the menu is a concoction of traditional Pan American flavours mixed with some modern flair. Featuring classic Central & South American dishes, as well as influences from Cuba and the Caribbean, it may take you a while to decide which dish to choose! Luckily, the extensive cocktail and wine menus are on hand to tide you over. Having been created with the same influences in mind, you are sure to find the perfect drink to accompany your meal.

  • Hairy Little Sista

    Cbd, Melbourne

    Hairy Little Sista is a great restaurant for a casual drink or meal in Melbourne's CBD featuring an array of meals including shared dishes.

  • Bodega

    Surry Hills, Sydney

    No bookings are taken for this venue, first in first served. “BARRIGA LLENA, GORAZON CONTENTO” (full belly happy heart), the bull on the wall at Bodega proudly tells the story of the Argentinean way of life. The culture in which Elvis Abrahanowicz was raised and the way of life that Ben Milgate discovered and loved on his travels through South America. Whilst working together at another restaurant, the boys discovered each other's interest in South American and Spanish food. They decided that Sydney was ready for their favourite style of eating - sharing and experiencing flavours in a relaxed environment. Combining their (Ben and Elvis') fine dining experience and their love of fresh quality ingredients, Bodega was created to bring to Sydney a modern interpretation of cultures, food and wine.

  • Bentley Restaurant & Bar

    Surry Hills, Sydney

    In March 2006, chef Brent Savage and sommelier Nick Hildenbrandt opened Bentley restaurant & bar in Surry Hills. Bentley allows diners to enjoy modern and sophisticated food and wine in and informal and relaxed setting. Drawing influence from modern European cuisines, the menu offers patrons a chance to drink and dine for tapas, lunch, dinner and degustation. In just two years Bentley restaurant & Bar has earned a strong reputation and loyal following for offering a dining experience that is fresh, modern and original. Whether its winding down after work or a casual lunch on Saturday, Bentley offers relaxed neighbourhood drinking and dining.

  • The Bronzed Onion

    Harbord, Sydney

    OUR lunch date comes down to the toss of a coin. Dinner out or the Bledisloe Cup on TV? Union wins, and we head into Freshwater to mingle with the lunchtime set. The Bronzed Onion has a plum spot right in the middle of the village. It spills to the front onto the street and to the side into a small arcade. With some great, girly shops on either side and across the road, it’s a perfect venue for two extremely agreeable pursuits, lunching and shopping. Or shopping and lunching, if you prefer. Straddling the line between daytime cafe and evening restaurant, the Bronzed Onion’s mission statement, or so its business card states, is both restaurant and family cafe. Nippers are warmly welcomed and can be fed and watered with an obligatory sugar fix for $12. But don’t let that put you off. If you’re childless or child free, it’s still a grownup place to go. In fact, the Saturday lunchtime cafe society is a mixture of family groups and kiddyfree, 20-somethings enjoying coffees and platefuls of breakfasts. Inside, owners Renee and Rodd Black have dared to be different. For once, that allpurpose, beachy blandness replicated up and down the peninsula gets the flick. God forbid, there’s vibrant colour on the walls, clutter, a funky bar as well as towering, twiggy topiaries. Having lunch in a cafe it is often hard to see what a kitchen can really do. Renee, who’s also a chef, has gone down two routes. She’s stuck with a range of old faves including the allday breakfast, caesar and thai salads, burgers, sandwiches and wraps, balanced with balsamic rump steak and pan-fried salmon, fish and chips and pasta. Her more interesting pilgrimage heads to Spain with that dining staple, tapas. Some dishes are regulars – popular quesadillas, a mixed tapas plate, croquettas (lemon, herb and parmesan risotto balls), gambas a la plancha (prawns) and pulpo espanol (octopus). The spicy prawns in red sauce seems too good to pass by. And at $18 it’s a generous and tasty serve to share tapas-style or eat alone. Six juicy prawns and plenty of spicy tomato sauce to soak up your garlic tosado. The menu crosses the border to Italy with a light option of lemon linguine. It’s a fresh and lighter contrast to the earthy chilli con carne. Slow-cooked for more than three hours and seasoned with chipotle and cumin, the blade of beef simply falls apart. Source: Hudec, Beverley. The Manly Daily, News Limited, 2010, p. 24.

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