Spanish Fly: Randwick (13 October 2012)

“The Spot” in Randwick is an excellent option for a diverse range of cuisines. Spanish Fly seems to be an Australian/Spanish fusion option offering a wide variety of Tapas. We went on Saturday around midday and the restaurant was relatively quiet and offered a relaxing ambience to catch up with friends. Service is friendly and unintrusive and food came at a good pace. However, with so many Spanish Tapas options around in Sydney, I thought this place only rated slightly above average in terms of taste. On the other hand, presentation and creativity were both amazing and the menu is also reasonably priced.

Paella balls with Prawn, Saffron, and Chorizo- These were superb, and were definitely the highlight from the meal. Each ball were filled with a moist and flavoursome paella rice mixture, and deep fried to a perfect crunchy-ness.
Halumi Cheese with Lemon
Prawns (Can’t remember the name of these…) but the sauce was amazing. The way that the prawns were grilled somehow made the texture remind me of grilled scampi – sweet and succulent!
Pork Belly – although the skin was quite crispy, unfortunately I thought the meat was more on the dry-side today

 Spanish Fly
35 St Pauls St
Randwick NSW 2031
02 9326 4417

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