Please note there are two sittings on Friday and Saturday night - first sitting bookings must to be vacated by 8.15pm. For all other bookings or if your desired time is not available, please call the restaurant as they allocate a large area for walk-ins.
Spanish vibes, sherry, wine and delicious traditional dishes are what’s hot at Tapavino on Bulletin Place in Sydney’s central business district. Featuring a comfortable and spacious dining area, the vibe at Tapa Vino is relaxed and easy going – plus, after a few glasses of their incredible wine, you’ll be feeling chilled out in no time. Sit back, relax and enjoy an array of tasty tapas and sherries, or dive right into hearty mains that will have you dreaming of Spain for days.
Always good ... great food, great wines and great service. The atmosphere is buzzy without being too noisy and the service is professional and friendly.
Lively place, excellent food and great service. We went there on a Friday night and the place was packed. Someone came over to see what we wanted straight away and that level of service continued. Try the blood sausage with honey and roasted walnuts. It was great!
As usual great food and great service They even told us we had ordered too many dishes and advised we remove one. How may restaurants do that?? They were correct. We left pleasantly sated
Inspired by the wine bars of Madrid and Barcelona, Tapavino’s owners have successfully created the feeling of a night out in Spain in their comfortable bar and restaurant on Sydney’s Bulletin Place. Boasting the title of the Sydney Morning Herald’s Best Bar With Food Award and runner-up to the Best New Bar Award – within just four months of opening! – this is one incredible establishment that needs to stay on your radar. With over 300 different Spanish wines and 80 sherries, you could say Tapavino in the central business district has quite a collection – book ahead of time and get in on the action.
It’s a good idea to eat when drinking such copious amounts of sherry at Tapavino in Sydney’s central business district, so make sure to mix and match bocados, or bites, including smoked paprika popcorn, warm artichoke & black truffle dip with manchego flatbread, duck liver pate, or the crab, avocado & chilli tostado. Bigger appetites will love the beef short ribs with verde sauce or the spiced lamb shoulder with pomegranate, both hearty dishes that go exceptionally well with one of Tapavina’s Spanish wines. And be sure to end with one of this Spanish restaurant’s incredible desserts – the cinnamon, chocolate & oreo cheesecake is to die for!