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£10 for a £25 tapas voucher to spend at award-winning Tapa, Leith; named Edinburgh’s Hidden Gem 2018 – save 60%
- £25 voucher to spend on a mouth-watering menu
- Restaurant specialises in using artisanal Spanish produce
- Delicious range of traditional tapas to choose from with a fantastic array of meat, fish and vegetable dishes
- Winner of the Edinburgh Evening News Hidden Gem award 2018
- Head chef Paco Martin Romano is a native of Seville
With more tapas than you can shake a stick at, if shaking a stick at tapas is your thing, Tapa in Leith offers up a true taste of traditional Spanish cuisine. By sourcing a broad range of local and international produce and maintaining an impeccable standard of quality, the restaurant promises exquisite dishes that will leave you wanting more.
Armed with a £25 voucher, you’ll be able to choose from a range of delicious dishes including meat options like chicken thighs baked in a chorizo and piquant tomato sauce or baby back ribs baked slowly in yeast beer then glazed in homemade marinade and chargrilled. Seafood lovers will be in heaven too with gambas pil pil, tiger prawns seared with a chilli and garlic-infused olive oil, and soft shell crab in a light tempura batter all on offer. Herbivores can sample dishes like aubergine crisps drizzled with honey, blue cheese croquettes rolled in crushed almonds or traditional vegetable stew.
Slice of Spain
With high vaulted, white washed walls adorned with vintage Spanish film posters and a floor to ceiling bullfighting poster from the 1920's, Tapa is a slice of modern Spanish living famed for its warm hospitality and distinctive tapas made from fresh produce. Head chef Paco Martin Romano works closely with suppliers to obtain authentic Spanish produce, ensuring he creates tasty and authentic tapas that offers a real taste of sunshine, whatever the weather!
itison member favourite
“Such good food, great value and fantastic service – couldn't fault it.”
“Liked the ambience in the restaurant. Food was very good and the speed of service for food was excellent. Try the Spanish tortilla as it was delicious.”
“On a wet evening in Leith, Tapa provided a ray of Spanish sunshine. The food has always been top class, with the pigs’ cheeks and the octopus quite outstanding. Equally appealing is the friendly staff, who are more than happy to answer queries on the beautiful ingredients and to share their love of Spain.”