Delicious evening menus at Sydney's Spanish restaurants
If you're visiting one of the high-quality Spanish restaurants in Sydney for dinner, you can go down the tapas route for a leisurely, social meal, or try a meal from the menu. Classic paella is packed with prawns, chicken, chorizo and delicately spiced saffron rice, and it works perfectly as a main, perhaps with a light gazpacho as an appetiser and a serving of Crema Catalana for dessert; the Spanish equivalent of Crème brûlée. Pulpo A La Gallega - or octopus - is well worth experiencing in a city where the seafood is always fresh, and Fabada Asturiana combines everything that you'd want in a stew to hearty perfection. Remember that, although the Spanish tend to dine very late by most standards at home - often from 10pm onwards, the Spanish restaurants in Sydney will start serving food from late afternoon onwards. You may also find cheaper 'early bird' menus to enjoy. Buen provecho; enjoy your meal!