There is so much variety when it comes to tapas bars in Northbridge that foodies will be rejoicing. If you’re looking for authentic, mouth-watering tapas, check out where to get the best tapas in Northbridge below.

The Standard

The Standard has definitely made a name for itself as one of the trendiest, alfresco-style eateries in Northbridge. If you’re craving some wine or craft beer and late-night snacks with a mate, The Standard is your new go-to.

Bivouac

Offering a range of Eastern-style share plates, Bivouac knows how to look after your taste buds. Open from midday to 11pm, its menu is designed to be shared, mixed and altered to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content.

Los Bravos

The new kids on the Northbridge block, Los Bravos is a small bar known for serving up a versatile menu of Spanish-style tapas and a robust selection of wines, beers and cocktails.

Check out more tapas joints in Northbridge below.

 


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