Fodor's Expert Review Anada
A chalkboard on the exposed brick wall lists eight dry and six sweet sherries to start (or finish), and there are Spanish and Portuguese wines to accompany your selection of tapas and raciones (larger shared plates). Seated at a table or on a stool at the bar, begin with chargrilled mussels, and go on to confit pork belly, or put in a request for the paella. Just leave room for dessert; the churros and chocolate are sinful. If you really can't decide, a dessert tasting plate for two absolves you of making a decision.
197 Gertrude St.
Melbourne, Victoria 3065, Australia