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Posted July 12, 2006 by Jennifer Lam (Jenius) in Occasion
 
 

Spanish Tapas Restaurant (Glebe)

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Interior of Spanish Tapas at Glebe

Interior of Spanish Tapas at Glebe

Patatas bravas (potatoes in spicy tomato sauce)

Patatas bravas (potatoes in spicy tomato sauce)

Tortilla espantildeola (potato and onion omelette)

Tortilla espantildeola (potato and onion omelette)

Gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns)

Gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns)

Pimientos asados (grilled capsicum)

Pimientos asados (grilled capsicum)

Gambas sevillanas (prawns cooked in tomato sauce)

Gambas sevillanas (prawns cooked in tomato sauce)

Almejas al vino blanco (pippis cooked in white wine sauce)

Almejas al vino blanco (pippis cooked in white wine sauce)

Chapinones rebozados (crumbed mushrooms)

Champiñones rebozados (crumbed mushrooms)

Calamares fritos (deep fried calamari)

Calamares fritos (deep fried calamari)

BBQ Chorizo (spanish sausage)

BBQ’ed Chorizo

Dianne, Aileen, Jenny, Amy and me

Strathfield Girls (class of 2001) Dianne, Aileen, Jenny, Amy and me

me, Anita and Karen

Strathfield Girls (class of 2001) me, Anita and Karen

VEGETARIAN PAELLA (A Spanish dish - Rice and vegetables)

VEGETARIAN PAELLA (A Spanish dish – Rice and vegetables)

PAELLA VALENCIANA (A unique Spanish dish - Rice, chicken and seafood)

PAELLA VALENCIANA (A unique Spanish dish – Rice, chicken and seafood)

live flamenco show

Live Flamenco Show
Back in March, we chose the Spanish Tapas Restaurant because of it’s capability to cater for large crowds. Here, we had a reunion of 20 from Strathfield Girls High School, class of 2001. I hadn’t seen most of these girls since 2001! The staff were really helpful and ensured that we had a variety of tapas and paella. The atmosphere is rich and lively. We also got to enjoy a performance by the flamenco dancers!
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Spanish Tapas Restaurant
26 Glebe Point Road, Glebe 2037
Phone: 9571 9005
E-mail: info@spanishtapas.com.au
Website: http://www.spanishtapas.com.au


Jennifer Lam (Jenius)

 
Jennifer is the founding blogger of I Ate My Way Through (originally, Jenius.com.au). Having grown up in a family where food was always at the centre of all celebrations, family events and milestones, Jen is obsessed with capturing irresistible flavours and stories from myriad cultures. A lover of the finer things in life, as well as cheap eats, her blogging ethos is all about empowering people to have good food and invigorating adventures - because life is too short for mediocre meals or dull travel. Her hobbies are breakfast, lunch and dinner. She's globally curious, passionate about female entrepreneurship, is a soy chai latte fanatic, and loves vintage, dressmaking and photography.