The ever popular Tapas Cafe has moved from Sukhumvit Soi 11 and replaced Spanish on 4 its previous sister restaurant in lively Silom Soi 4. The new restaurant has a striking black terazzo bar that dominates the downstairs dining room. At the back end of the bar are food displays with some of the days’s tapas dishes on display and Spanish cured hams hanging overhead. There are open kitchens both downstairs at the end of the bar and upstairs at the back of the main dining room.
We specialize in Spanish tapas – small dishes from Spain for sharing among friends – and pride ourselves on serving food with a very authentic European taste. Tapas is eaten in Spain as a snack to accompany drinks – much like “Kap Klaem” in Thailand. Outside Spain, most tapas restaurants cater for diners who want a wide variety of food to share for their main dinner, or lunch. At Tapas Cafe, you are welcome to drop in for a quick snack and a drink, or to join us for a full meal.
Address: 78, 80 Silom Soi 4 Bangkok 10500 Tel. 02 632 9955
Our Hours: Sun-Thu: 11 am – 1 am || Fri-Sat: 11am – 2 am
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Article Title: Tapas Cafe & Restaurant : Bangkok, Thailand
Short Description: Specialize in Spanish tapas - small dishes from Spain for sharing among friends - and pride ourselves on serving food with a very authentic European taste. Tapas is eaten in Spain as a snack to accompany drinks - much like "Kap Klaem" in Thailand.
Author: Ruang-Ampon Buniad
Publisher - Orgnization: Asia Travel Gate
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