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Espana Spanish Tapas Restaurant

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by *Em* (subscribe)
Published June 20th 2011
North Adelaide's Espana offers a mix of Spanish and not-so-Spanish meals at mid-range prices.

The interior design sets the mood with rendered, white interior walls complemented by dark wood.

I sampled a range of entrée items; many were spicy but none too hot. Chicken drummettes are served with a sweet chilli sauce, the chorizo sausage has a nice little heat of its own and the spicy meatballs come with a tomato-based sauce. I was particularly taken with the chickpea salad. Good luck ascertaining what herbs it contains – I asked and was told it was a secret.
An Entree Platter

For the mains, you can't go past the paella. It was brimming with a range of shellfish – too much to finish. The highlight, though, was the smoky barbequed prawns that sat proudly on top of the dish.

To finish, try the churros – like donuts but without that pesky hole in the middle.
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Why? Throw a shrimp on the barbie, Spain-style
When: Tuesday to Sunday, lunch and dinner
Where: 98 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide
Cost: $25-35 per main
Do not go here, they can't even answer their phone to take a bookings and treat scoopons clients very poorly
By Anonymous
Thursday, 6th of October @ 08:15 am
Worse restaurant I have ever been to
By Anonymous
Thursday, 8th of March @ 11:50 am
Worst service ever. They have no idea!
By Anonymous
Thursday, 15th of March @ 02:18 am
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