Biscaya Tapas Bar
The name of this popular tapas bar in the heart of Copenhagen comes from a Basque region in northern Spain – Biscaya; and the Basque cuisine plays the main role when creating the tapas menu, which changes often.
“Biscaya Tapas Bar” ensures that all their tapas are made fresh just before serving, and dishes like Fried chicken breast with garlic and sherry, Spanish meatballs in tomato sauce, Homemade fish croquettes with pine nuts and parsley, Spicy sausage fried in sherry sauce and Red peppers filled with minced beef are on the lengthy tapas menu. You will find more than 50 different Spanish wines on the wine list and there is an à la carte menu with traditional Spanish courses to choose from for those who prefer something else than tapas.
The restaurant has a typical Spanish ambience with yellow walls, dark wooden furniture, Spanish floor tiles and colorful pictures on the wall, and the background music from the Spanish pop charts fits perfectly to the lively and friendly atmosphere.
Its location near several of the movie theatres in the Danish capital makes it an ideal spot for a meal before or after the movies, and the “Biscaya Tapas Bar” is often busy and crowded.
Reserving a table is recommended, especially on the weekends.