Sunday, 19 November 2017

Tapas Revolution, Newcastle

Tapas Revolution
Tapas Revolution

It's been a while since I've been to a Tapas restaurant, and I've been meaning to try Tapas Revolution for a few months now since it opened in the Greys Quarter. Tapas reminds me of being on holiday, which feels like a life time away now! So it was quite nice to have a relaxing Thursday night with a bottle of wine and yummy Tapas with my cousin, we definitely deserved it after the last few weeks.

Tapas Revolution

We actually tried some things I may not have usually got, I'm in the process of stopping being a baby with food seeing as I'm 24. There was once (not long ago) that I would only ever eat the plainest foods, so glad I'm out of that as this was lush! We got:

Pan Con Alioli which is bread with homemade garlic mayo, which is the best garlic mayo ever known to man!
Croquetas de jamon which are deep fried ham and bechamel croquettes, I love every form of croquettes.. these even more so. 
Albondigas en salsa which are beef meatballs in tomato and white wine sauce. Spanish meatballs always taste 10x better than any other!
Huevos rotos, these were my favourite of the bunch! Baked chorizo, potatoes and free range egg.. everything with chorizo is the best dish!
Gambas al ajillo, weirdly I only started eating prawns a year ago and now I love them. These were garlic and chilli tiger prawns, for tiger prawns they were on the small side but they were ok!
Patatas bravas are always a trusty one to get, especially if you're a potato lover.. like me! They were coated in a spicy tomato sauce and more alioli. Garlic galore!
Tortilla de patatas is a new one for me, I would never have thought to try this. It is a classic Spanish omelette with potato and onion, it was huge! It was surprisingly lovely too! 
Alitas de pollo a la miel y limon or, chicken wings marinated in lemon and honey. These were lovely, but for me not as sweet as I like them. 

Tapas Revolution
Tapas Revolution

At Tapas Revolution they do either set menus, with three to choose from at £10pp to £14pp. Or alternatively, you can pick and choose as many or as little as you would like. We didn't go little, we went for 8 cause we're both big foodies, but it was so worth it!

Have you tried out Tapas Revolution yet? I would definitely recommend it, along with a nice bottle of white wine! 

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