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Monday, 20 February 2017

Tapas Revolution (Newcastle) Review

Viva la revolución! Have you been to Tapas Revolution yet? If not get down there now. Me and Mrs Cool were having a day in Newcastle and decided to give the new restaurant a try for breakfast and we were not disappointed. We love Spain and especially Spanish food so were really excited to try this place.

One of my favourite breakfast is Huevos Rancheros (you can read my own recipe here) so when I saw this on the menu I immediately decided to order this dish.  This version is served with baked Chorizo sausage and potatoes. The Chorizo was incredible, I found out later via a tweet from the restaurant that the Chorizo is sourced from the Asturias region in the North of Spain and you can really taste the authenticity of the ingredients.


Mrs Cool went for Pan Con Tomate (which is tomato bread). This is such a simple dish and took me back to our last holiday in Calella de Palafrugell as this was a dish we would regularly have for brunch. It is Toasted bread with tomato garlic and olive oil (i think i'll give this a try at home).


As a treat we also decided to have Churros. These are made to order and and you can tell as they are great. The the warm sticks of doughnutty deliciousness arrived tasting of sugary cinnamon with a pot of chocolate sauce for dipping.


They have a deal where when you order a breakfast item you can also have a cup of coffee from their coffee menu for free. I went for the Café Solo (Espresso) as this is my favourite coffee and Mrs Cool went for something a little bit different and ordered the Café Bombón which is an espresso with a layer of condensed milk at the bottom which originated in Valencia. We also ordered a couple of glasses of Orange Juice and obviously with this being a Spanish restaurant the OJ was very good.



Our breakfast cost £22 and for the quality I thought this was great value for a city centre restaurant, the staff were also very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be back to try the dinner menu. You can find the Tapas Revolution menu here.

Well, that's all for now.

S

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4 comments

  1. Looks lush!! thing is we are never in town earlier enough to have a breakfast (like our lie ins!!)

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    1. Lol, we like a lie in too but don't get many of them as the kids are all early birds

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  2. Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. I'll have to check this place out!

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    1. Breakfast is my joint favourite meal, along with lunch and dinner. And supper.

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