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Haven’t hopped aboard the tapas bandwagon yet? There’s no better place to receive a crash course in the exciting world of tapas and Spanish cuisine than at El Beso of Spain on Victoria Street. Located in the heart of Sydney, in trendy Darlinghurst, El Beso (meaning kiss in Spanish) of Spain is leading the charge of Spanish eateries in the city, and the staff is happy to serve you a flavourful selection of traditional specialties every day of the week except Monday.
A good little piece of Spain right in the heart of Darlinghurst. Easy to navigate menu and wine list. Good Sangria and excellent tapas all served with a Spanish smile.
Really nice food and great environment. Made us feel like we were in Spain!!! Also, the staff were so polite and served with a great smile.
If you’re already a fan of tapas, then you’ve probably already visited El Beso of Spain in Sydney’s Darlinghurst on numerous occasions. For those who don’t already know, the restaurant maintains a light, airy, and positively Mediterranean environment inside of this Victoria Street restaurant, featuring yellow-orange walls, lovely murals and a rustic brick bar. Big windows let the sunlight flow in, giving diners the impression of being far away in sunny Spain, food is made with passion and the living is easy.
First timers to El Beso of Spain are always shocked that gourmet Spanish cuisine could be served in such a relaxed environment, free from snobbery and white tablecloths. Depending on your group size (and your willingness to share), you can decide between ordering entrees for yourself, or for the entire table to split. We recommend mixing and matching as many dishes as you can handle. Order meat tapas like the pinchito de cerdo (pork skewer in Moroccan spices) or go vegetarian with tortilla de patata (Spanish omelette). Be sure to order the dessert platter for your group, which features Spanish sweets like churros and homemade flan. Situated in Sydney’s trendy Darlinghurst, El Beso of Spain on Victoria Street is a must-visit for fans of Mediterranean cuisine.