Brazenly luxurious with views over the harbour we love named Victoria, dishes in this establishment don't quite manage to keep up with the view, but make a fine effort of trying. What is recommended when dining here is the sangria.
When we came, we fell in love with sangria all over again. It is not just the manner in which it is served–in pitchers like all sweet alcoholic drinks from Spain–but the variety of manifestations is truly mind-boggling. It is claimed to have the most exciting sangria menu in Asia, and we would have trouble doubting that. They even have a handy little drawing to assist in comprehension. Thanks Tapagria.
The food is lovely for bar snacks and light bites. We weren't huge fans of the paella that to us lacked balance; it was too seafood heavy without textured crispiness, or soccarat, as the Spaniards would wish us term it. The highlights are the chorizo, which threatens to engulf the table in flames and is gorgeously crispy because of the inferno by which it is enveloped. Also worth a nibble is the handcrafted, 48 months Iberico and the pan con tomate (take crispy bread and smear good quality tomatoes, olive oil and garlic upon them, and velado! Nothing could be more down to earth than this tapa).
All in all a great venue, that has many pluses going for it. Views that are unforgettable, super attentive waitstaff and tasty, traditional tapas.
Tapagria, 18F, THE ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon