Tapas Revolution comes to Birmingham with the new Grand Central station redevelopment.
Their food philosophy comes straight from the heart of Spain where the vibrant and and dynamic street culture of cities like Madrid has inspired this chain to bring those regional flavours abroad. With restaurants already established in London, Tapas Revolution's kitchen plates up the food bars of Spain into palatable portions keeping to Spanish roots.
With Spaniard Omar Allibhoy behind the menu, you can expect all of the traditional spread of Picoteo, Carne, Pescado, Charcuterie and Vegetales to create an ultimately mouth watering array of tapas dishes. Their dedicated brunch menu is something to marvel as well with offerings such as Huevos Benedictinos, Iberico and Brioche Cadillos all up for grabs. Dessert comes in the form of Spain's infamous Churros, made with the same techniques and a heavenly dose of sweet cinnamon, sugar and chocolate dipping sauce. Enjoy some post-seista drinks with the chef's personal blend of Sangria or survey their specialist Gins and try one of their killer concoctions.
|Pint of Lager||£3.85|
|Pint of Real Ale||£5.00|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.50|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.85|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.95|
A word from the chef:
Capturing the tastes of Madrid's vibrant tapas cuisine, you'll find a menu of nibbles, meat, fish and veg to tuck into.
A train ticket in one hand and a bag-for-life in the other, I ventured into Grand Central to see if a revolution really had begun in Birmingham. The Venue Anyone who has seen the much-loved documentary ‘Jiro: Dreams of Sushi’ knows...
Show all Show fewer