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It joins a growing Spanish tapas scene in the city which currently includes Amantia in Bennett Hill, Tapas Revolution at Grand Central, El Borracho de Oro in Edgbaston and La Plancha in Moseley.
info/en_SG/spain-on-your-plate to learn more about tapas and its worldwide celebration.
Tinto Tapas may have four restaurants across the west of Scotland, but it's no bland chain, knocking out lacklustre food to a half.
e guide's consultant editor Elizabeth Carter added: "Excellent tapas, often using local produce, demonstrates a genuine understanding of Spanish dining culture and our readers have made it quite clear how much they enjoy eating here.
Marta Yanci, owner of boutique catering company Marta's kitchen: People in many countries have accepted that you can have a full dinner based just on tapas.
The 29-year-old Tweeted: "Great little tapas bar @neonjamon in Liverpool.
Virtually every style of gastronomy now produces a tapas, and indeed east meets west when Chinese dim sun and tapas intermingle on many menus.
Tapas literally means "tops" or "caps" in Spanish; the verb "tapar" means "to cover.
Opened around 14 years ago, The Salsa Cafe offers a plethora of Spanish-style tapas, traditional and light, with daytime and evening menus.
After seeing a friend in Virginia open a tapas business that did well, Marks decided to try the same concept in Little Rock.
Tapas cookbooks remain popular because tapas is foremost a party food and last we checked food lovers still party.