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A little gem! Have been here many times and it never gets boring. This quaint little place is unique in Sydney. There is an authenticity in the atmosphere, service and flavour that makes it a must visit. Everything is tasty and the owners treat you more like friends than guests. Worth visiting many times during the year as the specials change with the seasons. Great place for those dining alone as you can sit at the bar and chat to the owners or others. Good selection of Spanish wines and Spanish beer on tap.
Awesome food, lovely wine and sangria. Definitely best Spanish restaurant in town
Personal service, always little specials to try along with the standards - like tomato bread to die for - and fab wines make this a local we highly recommended recommend.forgot to mention beautiful Spanish wines...
The food was excellent as usual and everyone there is wonderful. For us it is the best and finest Spanish food we can find in Sydney. It’s a pity I can’t eat more 🤣
The food at Tapas Tapas Bodega is as usual excellent. The service is friendly. It is a great place to dine, no matter whether it is with friends or family. They also give good suggestions about Spanish wines that go well with the food that you order.
This little family owned and run Spanish Tapas Restaurant always delivers excellent food from the heart. If you love authentic Spanish food with a modern twist you must come to Tapas Tapas Bodega at Turramurra. So easy to get to from the train and lots of parking.
Decent local Spanish with friendly staff. The Jamon Iberico and bread was wonderful although the bread was provided with tomato, garlic already spread on, making it harder to taste the ham.The dish is also fairly expensive for the amount of ham provided. We also enjoyed the crepe and sizzling garlic prawns. The paella was a bit of a let down in terms of the type of paella I was looking for. I had wanted a well done Spanish style paella whereas this wasn't what I would consider a true paella. Although I enjoy the rice being crispy at the bottom, it felt a bit too oily and not truly authentic. I also wish the sangria had bits of fruit in it but in all, it was an enjoyable night and nice to find a decent Spanish restaurant nearby.
The food was excellent, mostly. The service was excellent, too, mostly. The carpaccio (on special) and the octopus were tasty, though very salty. This could be overlooked, but when we provided feedback, we were told that salt is not added to the food, and that perhaps I had tasted the smoked paprika. I may be wrong, but I do know what smoked paprika tastes like. They also had to be reminded to bring me the hot water I had asked for. Though, when it arrived, the slices of lemon which had been added made the water delicious, and was just what I needed on the cold, cold, night. The chorizo, and the garlic prawns were divine. I have eaten here before, and then, all the food had been evenly delicious.
It was again a wonderful experience dining at Tapas Tapas Bodega. This time, we tried the slow cooked pork belly. It was very delicious. Although it was a very busy weekend evening, the food was as usual excellent.
Friendly and attentive service from all front of house team. Spent time to explain daily specials and recommend wines from Spain - good selection by the glass. Both smoked swordfish and beetroot cured tuna were beautifully presented and tasted good. Perhaps beetroot a little too salty. Partner had meatballs and morcilla (black pudding) both also good but perhaps a little too much potato with the black pudding stack. Will definitely go again so many other tapas to try. Would also be perfect for small group to share as tasting plates.