House of Tapas pop up at Bellfield Taproom
House of Tapas have been trading for a decade, bringing high quality Spanish food, full of colour and flavor, to Scotland. The team started off their careers in fine dining, but in the end they came back to their roots.
We couldn’t be more excited to have them back in our kitchen because, as everyone knows, beer and tapa is the perfect combination.
On the menu this week you can expect to see all the tapa you can imagine and more!
When we asked if they had any memorable pop-up experiences they said “It just came to my head - our first time in Lauder at the borders, I remember we arrived there and we see the community center in refurbishment; we thought we got there the wrong day!! hahahaha
In the end it was ok and was the right date. We had a really fun and super busy day with the locals.
We go there on a regular basis now, we love it and they love our food (that is what they say at least... hahahaha)”.
Our Taproom is in Abbeyhill, Edinburgh – just off London Road. It's easy to reach on the bus, or by bike and it's a short (6 minute) walk from the Scottish Parliament and (12 minute) walk from Edinburgh Waverley Station. You can also reach us from Holyrood Park by walking along Ann Terrace off Spring Gardens, under the railway.
Table bookings are for 2 hour slots via the table booking section of our website. We allow 30 minutes between bookings for cleaning. If you'd like to stay a little longer (outdoors only), you can book two, back to back time slots, giving you 4.5 hours. Please book the same table type for a time slot 2.5 hours after your first one and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know, so we can make sure you stay in the same place. NB: double bookings cannot be made for indoors.
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