Currently there is no menu available for Tapas in St Andrews. We are continuously adding menus, so check back soon!
In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within St Andrews below.
Below you'll find samples from menus of places nearby.
|Lasagne** Ever popular recipe of the classic Italian favourite||£5.65|
|Stilton & Ham Crêpes Wafer thin crêpes filled with ham in stilton sauce||£3.85|
|Hot Croissant with Ham. Brie and redcurant jelly||£2.45|
|Aikman’s Mixed Platter Choose 3 from the following different styles of dishes from around the world:||£8.35|
|Breaded Lobster Tails, Pepper rings, Tiger Prawns, Onion Rings, Vegetable Samosas, Vegetable Spring Rolls, Corn Firesticks, Duck Spring Rolls, Garlic Mushrooms (served with French Fries or Curly Fri||-|
|Freshly cooked Omelette 3 eggs, ham and mushroom served with small portion of French fries or portion New potatoes||£3.65|
|Sun-dried Tomato Ciabatta Filled with roasted peppers and goat’s cheese||£2.95|
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|Tapas||You cannot visit the UK without stumbling across Tapas bars, prolific in most large cities. Tapas has had a rapid rise in popularity over the last 5 years due to the sociability of eating in groups in a casual way. Lots of small dishes are provided as ‘taster’ type delights, consisting of food such as ham and cheese croquettes (croquetas), garlic prawns (gambas ajillo), patatas bravas (spiced potato, garlic and tomato baked dish, tortilla (Spanish omelette) and many others. Usually eaten with a good bottle of Spanish wine.||Spanish, Tapas|
|Spanish Omelette||There are many varieties of this (known as tortilla) but the true variation only consists of eggs with potato and onions with a hint of garlic. Nowadays restaurants also serve tortillas with peppers, and they are frequently part of a tapas platter. They can be cooked on top of the oven, but some advocate they are slow cooked in the oven for even cooking. Usually sliced into wedges and served with bread, the Spanish often make this dish into a sandwich!||Spanish, Tapas|
|Chorizo||A spicy hard sausage that is used in many dishes, or served on its own as part of a tapas. When fried, the deep red colour seeps into the pan (the colour comes from the smoked paprika from which the sausage is made). Can be served sliced in baguettes or included in other dishes, including potato dishes, it adds a different texture and warmth to whichever meal you have.||Spanish, Tapas|
|Lamb||‘Chuletillas de Cordero – beautiful little tender lamb chops are cooked with a garlic and salt crust. Can be served as a tapas hot or cold, but usually served with a side dish of crispy potato cubes, marinated in herbs and garlic and fried. Very tasty.||Spanish, Tapas|
|Paella||Everyone has heard of paella, served thoughout the UK in huge circular paella pans, set in the middle of the table for sharing. Originating in Valencia in the l9th Century, when it was essentially a rice dish with vegetables and seafood or meat, most paellas are now mixed and include chicken, squid, vegetables, rice, saffron and white wine, with heaps of garlic! The rice is often left to ‘crisp’ up on the base of the pan and needs scraping to remove – very delicious.||Spanish|
|Gazpacho||A summery cold soup, very traditional but also made in several different ways in restaurants. The base of the soup is tomato and pepper which as been blitzed from raw, with the addition of cucumber, onions, tarragon and garlic. A dish of diced cucumber, peppers and avocado in salsa-style is served to the side to sprinkle over your soup, along with garlic croutons. A very delicious appetiser||Spanish|
|Sangria||This is a lovely refreshing ‘punch’ style drink, served in big pitchers or jugs and set on the table for everyone to share. Alcohol content varies, as some restaurants make it the traditional way with red wine, chopped fruit and brandy, while others make it a cooler, longer drink with red wine and soda or lemonade, but still with copious amount of fruit. Called Sangria due to its deep red colour (sangria means ‘blood’ in Spanish) is is served in restaurants and pubs in the UK in the summer months, with lots of ice. Fruit often includes apples, oranges, melon, pears and nectarines, more or less any fruit available.||Spanish, Pub Food|
|Naranja||The Spanish are very proud of their oranges, so much so that they make a big thing out of serving fresh juice ‘presse’ style, which means the oranges are freshly pressed only when the drink is ordered. The oranges tend to be very sweet and are often used in cocktail style beverages, particularly with a touch of Grenadine and a green liquer such as crème de menthe or Chartreuse. Whichever way, the drink is a kick of sunshine.||Spanish|
|Rioja Wine||The most prolific Spanish wine served in the UK, Rioja is popular with red wine drinkers, whether amateurs or connoisseurs. Deep and fruity from the Rioja region of Spain, it comes in many varieties, but a good example should be smooth and velvety. Varies in price, but a good one can be purchased at a relatively cheap price.||Spanish, Wine Bar|
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