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    Get to grips with tapas in no time at Surrey's restaurants

    If you aren't familiar with how tapas works, Surrey's restaurants will put you at ease and show you the ropes in no time. Basically a relaxed form of social dining, this Spanish custom generally involves ordering a collection of small dishes which can be absolutely tiny (pinchitos) or as large as a small meal (media racions). Because of this, it's a really flexible way to eat, catering for veggies and meat lovers as well as people with specialist dietary needs. And it's also a superb group dining option, letting everyone try small amounts of an array of dishes.
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    Surrey's tapas bars offer an all-round Iberian experience

    In Surrey, you'll find tapas restaurants that show how it's done. For instance, at De Nada in Guildford the staff work overtime to create an authentic Iberian meal, even bringing in Flamenco musicians to add some extra flavour from time to time. But it's the food that really brings Spain to the shires. Characteristic tastes like spicy chorizo sausage, patatas bravas, substantial Spanish omelettes and albondigas (meatballs) summon up the spirit of Madrid or Barcelona in style. Whether you're nostalgic for past holidays or you just want a change, dining here is a great experience.
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    The menus are endless at tapas restaurants in Surrey

    When you settle down to choose your tapas at Surrey's Spanish restaurants, take your time as you'll almost certainly need the time to browse the long list of dishes. Don't miss the charcuterie options (Spain is famous for its Iberico pork and sausages) and be sure to peruse the seafood as well. Spanish chefs work miracles with a bit of garlic, white wine and some mussels, and their calamari is always a pleasure. In any case, get ready for a real gastronomic treat.