THE independent multiple operator behind the Café Andaluz restaurants in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow introduced a special menu in celebration of Spain’s national day – Fiesta Nacional de Espana – on October 12.
The Fiesta menu features a range of tapas and wine from southern Spain and the Andalusia region. Dishes include Tortilla Espanola – a thick omelette filled with sliced potato; Gambas Pil Pil – hot roast king prawns with olive oil, chilli, paprika and garlic; and meat tapas such as Croquetas de Jamon y Queso – crisp croquettes stuffed with Serrano ham and mozzarella cheese, served with garlic aioli.
Tony Conetta, director of Café Anadaluz parent firm The Di Maggios Restaurant Group (DRG), said: “Café Andaluz restaurants recreate the magic and charm of an authentic Spanish dining experience with an extensive range of dishes showcasing the best of southern Spain’s food and drink.
“Our popular tapas and mouth-watering menus showcase the essence of the Andalusian region and highlight the rich and flavoursome cuisine that Spain is famed for.”