Brand New Dishes for Summer - Grapevine Birmingham

Brand New Dishes for Summer - Grapevine Birmingham

Spanish TV Chef Omar Allibhoy is bringing a taste of summer to Tapas Revolution at Grand Central this July with the addition of five new authentic Spanish dishes to his award-winning menu.

Recently named Birmingham’s Best Spanish Restaurant at the Birmingham Food, Drink & Hospitality Awards 2016, Omar’s menu has evolved to bring the very best of Spanish food to the people of the UK, from traditional tapas to modern cusine.

The new dishes include: Gazpacho de Sandía (traditional Andalusian chilled tomato soup with a watermelon twist); Galician Empanadillas (spinach and goat’s cheese parcels served with onion & saffron marmalade); Alitas de Pollo a la miel y limón (marinated crispy chicken wings with a lemon & honey dressing); Chuletas de cordero (roasted lamb chops marinated with spices & served with pomegranate and radish); and Ensalada de calabaza y Manchego (baby gem lettuce, roasted butternut squash, Manchego cheese, raisin & pine nut vinaigrette).

Opening hours:

Monday – Friday: 10:00-21:00

Saturday: 09:00-22:00

Sunday: 10:00-20:00

Twitter: @tapasrevbham

Facebook: TapasRevolutionBirmingham

Instagram: tapasrevolution

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Tip Top Tapas  - Coach Magazine

Tip Top Tapas - Coach Magazine

This airy restaurant has a perfectly extensive menu full of traditional Spanish tapas, alongside larger mains and paella. The victors of the evening were the chorizo iberico sausages and the carne a la parilla - a grilled and marinated flank of beef that was altogether rather special. On the wetter side of your meal, you've got a substantial drinks menu, with cocktails, wine and of course, sangria, which is thankfully included in a happy hour that runs every single day. Phew.

Coach Magazine, April 2016

Spanish Tapas Informal and Explosive

Spanish Tapas Informal and Explosive

If you enter Grand Central from New Street, you'll find the old concrete ramp that used to link the Pallasades shopping centre is still there. Beloved of Brummies for decades, the ramp is a whisper of old Birmingham. As I sat on a leather upholstered chair, sipping saffron lemonade and popping calamares into my mouth at Tapas Revolution, I reflected how the city has changed in recent years....

Inspired by the tapas bars of Madrid, this small chain has arrived in Birmingham after openings in London's Shoreditch and Westfield. The brains behind the business is TV chef Omar Allibhoy - Spain's answer to Jamie Oliver, complete with scooter and obligatory bushy beard. The food is very very good.