Tapas Revolution has launched its new lunch menu inspired by the northern and southern regions of Spain.
The restaurant has created two lunch menus, one with tapas dishes inspired by the north of Spain and the other the south.
Guests are invited to explore classic regional dishes from both menus and vote for their favourite tapas taste.
Both menus are priced at £9.95 and include three tapas from either the north or south of Spain.
The northern menu includes Pan Con Tomate (toasted bread, garlic, tomato and olive oil – Catalonia), Chorizo A La Sidra (spiced asturian sausage roasted with cider – Asturias) and Tortilla de Patatas (classic Spanish omelette with eggs, potato and onion – Navarre).
While the southern menu features Pan de la Casa (toasted bread topped with garlic and tomato sauce and Serrano ham – Madrid), Calamares A La Andaluza (squid strips tossed in flour, deep-fried and served with alioli and lemon – Andalucia) and Patatas Bravas (roasted potatoes with spicy tomato sauce and alioli – Madrid).
Spanish food varies greatly across the country, reflecting the diverse geography, Mediterranean culture, Moorish influences, and rich ingredients that are typical to each region. From the sun soaked, Mediterranean coastline of the South to the lush, green and humid areas in the North; guests are invited to sample a whole host of dishes and flavours.
Omar Allibhoy, chef and founder of Tapas Revolution, said: “I really want to show people how diverse Spanish cuisine is, and how important regional specialties are to the Spanish. I hope you get a taste of San Sebastian and the Basque country from our Northern menu and the beautiful coastline of Andalucía from our Southern menu.”