Tapas Market Charcoal Meats on Bastille Festival !!!!
Welcome to Tapas Market, a little corner of Spain right in your neighbourhood with a latin touch. Now on the Latin Village of Bastille Festival 2017, First Fleet Park, 13 t o16 July 2017.
Tapas Market is specialised in charcoal meats & tapas and will provide Festival’s visitors with the superior service and the most authentic homemade Spanish cuisine. Enjoy their exceptional tapas at Bastille Festival Sydney.
Relax Spanish style with all of your favourite people at Tapas Market with its delicious skewers on Bastille Festival.
History of the Tapas…
Tapas originated in Andalucia, a Southern province of Spain. The word “tapa” translates as “cover”. Tapas traditionally may have been a complementary piece of sliced ham served on top of a glass of wine, but we know them today as small portions of food commonly served as a snack before lunch or dinner.
The tapa was born when, due to an illness, the Spanish king Alfonso the 10th, the Wise, had to take small bites of food with some wine between meals. Once recovered from the disease, the wise king decreed that no wine was to be served in any of the inns in the land of Castile , unless accompanied by something to eat. This was a wise precaution to counteract the adverse effects of alcohol on those people who, through lack of money to buy a nourishing meal drank alcohol on an empty stomach.
Latin Village, First Fleet Park, Circular Quay, 13 -16 July 2017