Bit of a disappointment. Had hoped to go to Capitan Torres only to find it closed for renovations. Not good or bad.
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Had a fantastic night at Casa Asturiana. Carlos and his staff made it a night that I won't forget. The food was delicious but their hospitality made the experience. Thanks to Valeria and Leo in particular. I highly recommend that anyone visiting Sydney eat here....More
Ideally placed for Sydney's Darling Harbour/CBD, this popular Spanish restaurant has a good menu of Spanish favourites competitively priced. Friendly staff and quick service.
Great tapas bar and restaurant centrally located and with an authentic Spanish atmosphere. Good value for money. Wide and varied menu. Quick or relaxed service - you choose!
The seafood and chicken paella was good and serving was generous. The sangria was refreshing and fruity. We had churros with chocolate dipping sauce for dessert. The churros were light and crispy but the dipping sauce was bland. The service was good and the atmosphere...More
Oredered the seafood and chicken paella, which was very good. Good sized serve without being overwhelming. Be happy to eat here again.
The restaurant offers a good selection of tempting Spanish food. I chose the roast suckling pig - this comes with roast potatoes and salad. This and a glass of wine came to $40 Service was friendly and efficient
We order a salad and the mixed tapas platter, with a variety of plates. It was plenty for 2 people, accompanied topped off by a pitcher of sangria. Our waitress was very friendly an attentive. We still had room for dessert, a lovely tiramisu. We...More
Looking for a quick meal before heading to the theatre. Beckoned over by a waiter to be told of the specialities of the restaurant. Shared a number of tapas dishes; chicken croquettes, calamari (so tender), grilled prawns and patatas bravas, washed down by a magnificent...More