Moskito Spanish Bite's Pop Up at Bellfield Brewery

June 27, 2022

Moskito Spanish Bite's Pop Up at Bellfield Brewery

Moskito will be serving at Bellfield Taproom and Beer Garden on Thursday 30th - Sunday 3rd July.  Table booking is advised, but walk ins welcome too. Table service - just order food with your drinks! You can find their menu here.

Moskito Spanish Bites serve up utterly delicious traditional Spanish Tapas. When they are not at Bellfield Taproom, they serve food from a gorgeous vintage horse box trailer.

They buy their ingredients from local suppliers and certain products come directly from Spain and the menu includes some seriously delicious items including their famous Bocadillo's - we couldn't recommend it any more.

We can't wait to have them in!






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