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Come hungry and with friends, so as to make the best out of this fun-loving establishment. Inspired by Hispanic food markets around the world, La Boqueria’s menu comprises a wide selection of regional cuisine. Who knew that hot fried olives would be such fast friends with edamame? Tapas bars normally conjure up images of endless small plates, but the size of their ‘Son of a butcher man’ dry-aged primal cut steak is overwhelming. In fact, all their mains are more than generous at best and that doesn’t even take into account the ‘Feasting’ section. There’s something on this menu for every appetite size, be it a white anchovy snack on toast or 10 groaning grilled Queen prawns covered in caper salsa fresca.
Make sure you still have space for dessert, though, because although they made name for themselves with their white-chocolate hazelnut gelato cookie Whoopie pie dessert, the G&T tart and chocolate nemesis dessert are equally formidable choices.
Their focus and pride comes from their small-batch and natural wine from across all our beloved regions. Each selection extends across the palate to a feeling such as ‘quench’, ‘nourish’, or ‘cleanse’ rather than by the grape. There are tons of names you’ve undoubtedly never heard of but can get by the glass anyway.
Welcoming, knowledgeable and always there when you need them. And, considering how busy the place gets, that’s a feat unto itself.
Tapas and good times should be shared and you can do all that swimmingly at this establishment. It’s always packed full of bright buzz, whether inside with the murals and odd tree or outside on the expansive deck.
A catch up and a drink with friends
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