Browse Tapas restaurants in Edinburgh

  • Boteco Do Brasil Edinburgh

    47 Lothian Street, EH1 1HB

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Tapas, Brazilian

    About Boteco Do Brasil Edinburgh

    Boteco Do Brasil is a new, vibrant restaurant and bar in Edinburgh, bringing a taste of Brazil to the capital’s diners. Located on Lothian Street in the Old Town, Boteco Do Brasil is home to a wide range of traditional dishes, unique cocktails and bright decor. With a large tapas and a la carte menu, visitors can sample the true taste of Brazil and enjoy Brazilian music in the evening, creating an exciting carnival buzz.

  • Cafe Andaluz George Street Edinburgh

    77b George Street, EH2 3EE

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Spanish, Tapas

    About Cafe Andaluz George Street Edinburgh

    Café Andaluz is a Spanish tapas restaurant on George Street in Edinburgh city centre. With an interior that looks like it has been airlifted in from Andalucia – terracotta pots, Moorish hanging lamps and intricately carved wooden furniture – you get the impression that you could be dining in a bodega rather than the heart of Edinburgh’s. Please note that Café Andaluz has two branches in Edinburgh. Please check you are reserving the correct location before completing your booking.

  • La Casa

    103-105 Dalry Road, EH11 2AB

    Haymarket, Gorgie & Dalry, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish, Tapas

    About La Casa

    La Casa Edinburgh’s Dalry serves an intriguing mix of Spanish and Greek tapas dishes. It is run by a young family who source ingredients from only top suppliers to ensure authenticity. Regular performances from a Spanish band and flamenco dancer result in a lively festive atmosphere reminiscent of flamenco bars of Andalucia.

  • Tapa

    19 Shore Place, EH6 6SW

    Leith, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish, Tapas

    About Tapa

    Situated in a refurbished warehouse building, Tapa is an atmospheric Spanish tapas restaurant on Shore Place in Edinburgh’s Leith. The welcoming, vaulted interior combines a classic bodega feel with traditional Spanish colours, old film posters, exposed stone and fairy lights wrapped around iron pillars. Friendly staff make for a relaxed atmosphere. A good selection of Spanish gins and sherries complements a wine list which draws on both the finest and other, less known and sometimes under appreciated, Spanish grape varietals.