Spanish chef Omar Allibhoy is to open his seventh Tapas Revolution in SouthGate, Bath.
Tapas Revolution SouthGate will open in June, serving food from breakfast through to dinner. The menu is divided into fish, meat and vegetable sections and will offer classics such as tortilla, croquetas de jamon, calamares, chorizo cooked in Asturian cider and freshly-made churros.
It will be the eighth site for the Spanish restaurant group.
For the Bath site, the brand has collaborated with the Cocktail Trading Co to create a new cocktail menu of classics with a Spanish twist including: ‘Blood Orange & Cherry Royal’ – a blend of Larios gin, blood orange, aguardiente de cerezas, pimento dram shaken with lemon and topped with Cava and the ‘Espresso Blanco Martini’ made with Veterano brandy shaken with espresso, milk, dark chocolate liqueur, Kahlua and Frangelico.
Other drinks on offer include a range of premium gin and tonics, craft beers, soft drinks and wine from a number of small Spanish producers. Wine is served Catalonian style with a porrón.
Allibhoy said: “Bath is a beautiful city and we’re really excited to be opening a tapas bar here. Tapas Revolution is based on the lively and bustling tapas bars in Madrid, Barcelona and Seville, and I’m looking forward to bringing my version to Bath. Tapas is more than food, it’s part of our everyday culture: food and life are always best shared.”
Tapas Revolution is currently in operation in Westfield, Shoreditch, Bluewater, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Bath.