Tapas Cafe

Thailand is great for food.
It’s delicious, spicy, cheap and often.. surprising
Not only that, but it is also highly accessible, with restaurants, stalls and pop up stands everywhere you look, filling the streets with aromas that excite your senses.
But after months of stir fry, curry and noodles, there comes a time when you want a different type of flavour.
And for me, that flavour was Tapas.
So I met up with Anna and we head off to Tapas Cafe.

Tapas Cafe is on Sukhumvit Soi 11 and hosts a contrast between traditional spanish food and a modern environment. The interior is narrow but spacious and instead of the usual memorabilia, a selection of art hangs on its walls.
Tapas is my favourite style of food because the dishes are small and mighty. I’m one of those people that can look at a menu for ten minutes and still not decide what to order, so tapas is the perfect solution for me…
Because I can order them all!
And that’s just what we did.

The bread was fresh out of the oven, soft with a slightly crisp outer crust.
It was heavenly.
It was also free for the first batch, with every batch thereafter costing ฿50.
Albondigas con Tomate – ฿150
(Meatballs in tomato sauce)

Patatas Bravas – ฿100
(Fried potatoes with garlic mayonnaise and spicy tomato sauce)

Ensalada Verde c/ Gratinado de Queso Cabra y Pimiento Rojo – ฿175
(Goat cheese and red pepper salad)

Champiñones al ajillo – ฿175
(Mushrooms cooked with garlic, lemon && olive oil)

Pimientos Asados – ฿175
(Roast red and green peppers sauteed with garlic)

As well as an a la carte menu and weekly specials, there is also an additional set menu (available until 7pm) where you can order:
3 dishes for 195+
6 dishes for 385+
9 dishes for 795+
You can find Tapas Cafe down Sukhumvit Soi 11.
It’s about three doors down from Snapper.
Update: Tapas Cafe is now closed.

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