We went for Tapavino for lunch when we were in Sydney on holiday a few weeks ago. We chose it because we'd heard about its massive list of sherries, but the food was fantastic - probably the best traditional style tapas we've had outside Spain. Even though it was a Monday lunchtime, the place was buzzing. Liked the wine bottles lining the walls - gave quite a cool atmosphere. Service was friendly and attentive, and we liked the fact you could order wine in different sized carafes - perfect for having a bit more than a glass, but less than a bottle.
We ordered four of the tapas/ raciones - the highlight was the mushroom and truffle tart with jamon serrano and manchego. However, the pea, mint, broad bean and goat curd bruschetta was also delicious. Four plates was plenty for lunch for two. From memory, I think the bill for food and a small carafe of wine came to about AU$70.
Definitely worth a visit, and so nice to find a place like this in the CBD.
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