Multicultural Cuisine of…
73 Liverpool St
(02) 9264 5574
Back in April, my colleagues at the time and I were in Sydney for a few days on a business trip. Working in a health club, we were attending a national fitness convention. And naturally, after a long day of learning, we wanted to get out and try some of what Sydney had to offer. My lovely best friend, Ms Em, and I decided to head out on a dinner date after one particular day of learning. It had been a long day, we were exhausted, and sangria was in order. We meandered on down to the Spanish quarter around the corner from our accommodation and stumbled upon Capitan Torres. Was ensued was an evening of the most delicious tapas and sangria I’ve ever had. So, when Sous-Jeff and I decided to head to Sydney, this place was numero uno on my to-eat list!
Greeted by a lovely Portuguese waiter, we were shown straight to our table – a small bar table. It was 6:30pm on a Monday night, and the place was absolutely packed! Always a good sign. It was a little dark inside, an excited atmosphere of people just having a good time over some good food and drinks.
Looking into the kitchen and watching a whole lot of fantastic looking food making it’s way out to the hungry masses, we decided to try a bit of everything, and went with the following tapas (by the way, everything was delicious, if I had to pick a favourite, it’d be the chorizo, but seriously, could not fault anything!)…
As you can see, it was absolutely delicious, and topped off with a litre of the best sangria I’ve ever had, at the even more delicious price of $25.00, it was definitely a highlight meal from our time in Sydney. If you’re in Sydney, I couldn’t recommend Capitan Torres highly enough; the food is incredible, the service is prompt and friendly, and the atmosphere really is great, like you’re sitting amongst a huge group of friends, just catching up and having a chat and a good time over food, the way it should be :) Get there for dinner ASAP!!!