Where to eat Spanish food in Melbourne: The Best Restaurants and Bars

September 2, 2019 Janette Largent

Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Melbourne. Melbourne is proud of its neighborhood precincts, each offering a unique cultural experience. No other city in Australia has such clearly defined areas. This could be because Melbournians are both worldly in their outlook yet tribal in their local loyalties – as seen in the fanatical support for their local AFL football clubs. Here history is cared for and exemplified in the originality of diverse neighborhoods – each has a unique face but all of them will greet you with a smile.
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1. El Rincon

69 Victoria Street Adjacent to the Queen Victoria Markets, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia Mediterranean, European, Spanish Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +61 450 902 222 http://www.elrincon.com.au
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4 based on 274 reviews

El Rincon

El Rincon is an authentic Spanish Tapas Venue located in the heart of the Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne CBD. We are open from 8am til late, 7 days, catering for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between! We have a large range of premium Austra

Reviewed By emtnems

We went here because of the excellent reviews, and because we were staying across the road for the week. We certainly we not let down. Promptly seated and given water and the menu. It is a very small place adjoining the QV markets, and can be accessed from the market when open, or from Victoria St. Ordered the following, Ternera Al Limon; Calamares; Fried Sardines, Patatas Asadas Con Mojo, which were all on the tapas menu, and followed these with Spanish Meatballs.All items very tasty, well presented, and full of flavour. The girl chef and her kitchen are very visible and it was great to see everything being prepared freshly before your eyes.I could not fault anything tonight and we were both very impressed. Total inc two glasses of red wine, was $112 for both of us. We walked away extremely satisfied and will have to return to try the rest of the tapas menu.Muchisimas gracias! Thank you very much for your compliments & time to Review us. We pride ourselves on happy staff and delicious Spanish food being served. So happy to hear you will come back and enjoy more of the Taste of Spain in Melbourne CBD.

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2. Bomba

103 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia Mediterranean, Spanish Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +61 3 9650 5778 http://www.bombabar.com.au
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4 based on 408 reviews

Bomba

Reviewed By samanthaagardner

The food here was divine! Service was prompt and informative. Only issue we had were our neighbours at the tables next to us practically sitting on our laps. They’ve squished so many tables in the front of the restaurant that you can’t expect nice quiet conversation with your partner.

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3. Movida Bar de Tapas

1 Hosier Lane, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia Mediterranean, Spanish, International Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +61 3 9663 3038 http://movida.com.au/
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4 based on 2661 reviews

Movida Bar de Tapas

The first restaurant to ignite Melbourne’s obsession with tapas, sharing plates, and venues tucked away down graffiti-scrawled laneways, MoVida Original stands proud in Hosier Lane as a stalwart Melbourne icon. Whether it's from the bustling dining room o

Reviewed By Alan S

Another international flight another opportunity to sample Bar Pulpo! But more to the point Chef Berger’s perfect facsimiles of the legendary Frank Cammora’s signature tapas repotoire. I ate with Chef Dan G who is working on the new Delia airport concept and he has a very highly tuned palate, so when he is raving about the food you know it’s good. Not only is the food on point but great value for money $36 buys you 6 tapas and a beer or wine. Also big shout out to front of house manager Daniel who has been at Bar Pulpo for quite some time his understanding of the menu and tapas bar concept coupled with his can do attitude sets a solid platform for Chef Berger’s team to weave their magic. This is a must do when on airside at Melbourne International Airport.

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