Since my trip to Barcelona with my wonderful Hens, I have been craving good tapas food, seeing as this is pretty much what we are 90% of the time. (Not that I'm complaining.
So when a work colleague suggested, who had also recently been to Barcelona, suggested a new Tapas restaurant in Nottingham called BarEsca. After sampling it out with a few people from work, I dragged my beloved husband back at the weekend to sample their menu and fantastic menu de le día for £9.95.
Inside the decor claims an authentic Spanish influence, with terricota pots, exposed brick and little hid away spots.
Not to mention the cellar opens up at
night as a live music venue.
But now, onto the grub. The media de Mia is probably one the best value for food/money that I've ever had.
Up for is a warm flat bread with home made honours and carrot and coriander dip. Then you're given the option to choose from two tapas and a side. These range from meat, seafood and vegetable tapas with 4-5 choices on each.
I opted for a fresh tuna salad, selection is Spanish meats and patas bravas. YUM! Gaz chose deep fried squid, meatballs and patas bravas.
Dessert was a choice of coffees or teas, followed by a peace of homemade peanut butter cake with jam on the top.
All in all, the perfect afternoon lunch.