10 Restaurants in Hull: Spanish

You'll love the Spanish restaurants in Hull

Hull has undergone a huge programme of regeneration in recent years and has become quite the hotspot as a result. With attractions that include The Deep Aquarium, the impressive museums in the cobbled Old Quarter and a fantastic retail and waterside culture, there is plenty for visitors to see and do. Fans of great food will discover excellent Spanish restaurants in Hull, with venues that range from budget-friendly tapas bars to award-winning fine dining eateries. Whether you’re looking for an authentic plate of paella to share for lunch or a lavish tasting menu paired with fine wines for an intimate dinner, you'll find something to suit at Hull’s Spanish restaurants.

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1884 Wine and Tapas Bar

Hull Marina
Spanish££££
4.8/65
1884 Wine and Tapas Bar

La Casita - Boston Spa

Boston Spa
Spanish££££
5.3/6263
La Casita - Boston Spa

La Mama Sheffield

Nether Edge
Spanish££££
5.5/6131
La Mama Sheffield
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Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro

Town Centre
Spanish££££
5.8/630
Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro

Distrikt Bar

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.0/641
Distrikt Bar

Santini Italian Mediterranean Bar Restaurant

Ravenshead
Mediterranean££££
5.4/624
Santini Italian Mediterranean Bar Restaurant

Guzelian Cafe Bar

Little Germany
Cake & Coffee££££
5.7/631
Guzelian Cafe Bar

Yorkshire Tapas

Town Centre
British££££
5.0/63
Yorkshire Tapas

Lids Tapas & Cocktails

Town Centre
Spanish££££
5.3/654
Lids Tapas & Cocktails

The Tale of Two

Centre
Spanish££££
5.2/699
The Tale of Two
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     If you love tapas, Hull is a great place to dine!

    Yorkshire is well known for its fine dining credentials, and when you take a trip to Hull you'll certainly be in for a foodie treat. The historic port city is packed with visitor attractions, including The Deep aquarium, award-winning museums in the old town, a buzzing commercial centre with plenty of shops and a beautifully restored waterfront. Tere is live music, theatre, art and more to enjoy constantly in Hull, and when the hunger pangs set in you'll discover a superb array of tapas venues serving traditional Spanish tapas, modern British equivalents, Greek mezze and other fusion dishes that draw inspiration from this sociable and friendly style of dining.
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    What is so special about the tapas in Hull?

    The tapas on offer in Hull are of excellent quality - often using the seasonal and local produce that the county is so famous for. This style of dining originated in Spain in the fourteenth century and is typically served in the Mediterranean as small bar snacks to keep thirsty drinkers going! In recent years, however, it has become shorthand for a style of cuisine that allows diners to enjoy various tiny plates of delicious foods, which can be combined to form a highly sociable meal, packed with flavour. While enjoying tapas in Hull, it should come as no surprise to see Asian fusion, Greek, Cajun, British and other international cuisines being served in tapas-format
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    The Spanish restaurants in Hull are always popular

    1884 Wine Bar and Restaurant is a glamorous eatery located in the marina. It sells wonderful tapas, small plates and a stylish a la carte menu that is complemented by a generously stocked wine cellar. Look out for local fish incorporated into the daily specials, such as Andalusian-style deep fried fish or clams with manzanilla. This is definitely a venue to book ahead, however, so reserve your table up to two hours in advance with Quandoo to avoid any disappointment, especially at weekends.
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    Hull's tapas restaurants are ideal for a social occasion

    With a large student population and a busy arts scene, the city stays buzzing until late at night. As a result, you'll find that the restaurants serving tapas in Hull are perfect for groups and social dining. Your server will be able to give you advice on the daily specials and the perfect number of dishes to order, while you choose an array of small plates for your group so that everyone can taste something new and exciting. Some Hull tapas venues will also group their dishes into a set menu, which is perfect if you are looking for a stress-free dining experience. Look out for paired wine menus in this case for a touch of indulgence! The tapas restaurants in Hull are inviting, they have regularly changing menus and boast beautiful interiors – often with their own bars – so you really can enjoy a great evening before you move on for your night out.
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    Be sure to check out these tapas venues in Hull

    The 1884 Wine and Tapas bar at Hull Marina is well worth a visit. It's a sister restaurant to the award-winning 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, and a beautifully stylish venue with a great view of the Marina. Dine al fresco in the sun or stay cosy indoors while you enjoy authentic Spanish tapas dishes and small plates, complemented by an excellent wine menu. The platters of cured meats, cheeses and roasted vegetables in flavoured oil are particularly popular here and they have a great dessert menu too. Just remember to book your table in advance with Quandoo to avoid the need to queue – the locals here love dining out so demand can be quite high!