This typical Spanish Tapas Bar offers an array of traditional Spanish tapas and refreshments, served in a warm and cozy atmosphere. The selection of warm and cold tapas, paellas and other traditional Spanish dishes will suit the taste of every Spain enthusiast.
The tradition of serving small snacks with drinks is found all over Spain. These snacks are called "tapas", which literally means a cover or lid. The association with appetizers is thought to have come from the old habit of placing a slice of bread or a piece of ham on top of one's wine glass, perhaps to keep out insects. This edible lid was the precursor of modern-day "tapas". Intended as appetisers or to nibble with an aperitif before the meal, this way of eating small portions of food has now passed beyond the 'appetiser' appellation. Today, the only restriction is the chef's imagination. All tapas at Bravo come in starter course size - use your imagination to mix and match from the available range and don't forget to ask the waiter for the daily special. Have fun!