Spanish tapas restaurant run by the same company behind Binomio Spanish Restaurant, El Tardeo and Llao Llao. Led by Chef Manuel Berganza and Binomio’s Executive Chef Jose Angel Alonso, Tapas Club dishes up a series of classic and bold flavour small plates that starts from $9.90 as well as large plates (that comes with a choice of sides ) starting at $16, featuring heirloom fresh produce and selected ingredients flown specially from Spain.
Recommendations include the crispy Croquetas de Jamón ($9.90), classic potato omelette Tortilla de Patatas ($9.90), garlic prawns Gambas Al Ajillo ($12.90), Terrina de Cochinillo, a kind of suckling pig terrine ($12.90), Cachopo, which is deep-fried chicken layered with ham & cheese ($16), and the classic squid ink paella, Arroz Negro ($25), before ending with warm, fluffy Churros served with chocolate sauce ($8), or ice cream filled Churros sandwich ($12). Tapas Club also does an affordable weekday tapas set lunch menu that starts at $12.90, which includes the Squid Ink Noodles Paella, and the Cahopo with roasted vegetables and mashed potatoes as well as the simple, but delicious tomato bread that’s served with all set lunch.
Look out Spain’s oldest brewery Ambar Beer, as well as a huge selection of rare Spanish wines served in the unique porron, a traditional glass wine pitcher. Don’t forget to drop by Tapas Club’s traditional Spanish market retail corner for Bomba rice that are used for their paella or some Ibérico cold cuts of “Chorizo” or “Salchichón” that will pair nicely with a bottle of fine red wine.