There was a time when British people’s expectations of Spanish food went no further than the legions of roast dinner, fried breakfast and sausage and mash joints that dot the strips of Marbella, Benidorm and the like, but as more of us travel to Spain and broaden our minds, the tapas culture that is so ingrained in Iberia has emerged as a legitimate option on the streets of the UK as well. Restaurants serving Spanish small plates are commonplace, and if you’re in Crawley, you’re lucky enough to have one of the best exponents of the art around in the form of Leo’s Tapas. Their tapas bar on the High Street does a strong line in the big hitters: chorizo, albondigas and morcilla for meat lovers; calamari, sardines and Ameijoa clams for the seafood specialists and patatas bravas, garlic mushroom and Spanish omelette for the veggies. That’s only a snapshot of the menu however: book a table now and to Leo’s for a slice of Spain in Crawley town centre.
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Restaurant with a lot of choices and amazing food! The flavours are fabulous!
Great food and excellent service, brilliant experience. Wonderful night overall