To understand what tapas means, imagine Spain, a lot of friends, and a well-set table.

Tapas are essentially a small portion of anything, mostly served in the centre of the table so that everyone at the table can help themselves to what they want. They are typically eaten with the hands – without any cutlery or dishes. The magic of tapas lies in the freedom of expression, both for the cook and for the diner. Tapas do not impose limits on creativity. They break down the rules of what we consider traditional dining and give space to experimentation, unique experiences and emotions.

We have a varied selection of tapas at La Boca, which you can order for two people or a whole group. We make them using the traditional method and top-quality ingredients - cheese, ham, olives, fish, etc. We will also be happy to recommend one of the great wines we have in our wine shop.