Gypsy Tapas House is becoming a talking point on the Fremantle cuisine scene.
With bright walls, bric-a-brac, live music and the odd belly dancer, this is a fun place to go with mates for some delcious tapas and a glass of wine!!
We offer a $35 all you can eat banquet, group bookings are available and we have an outdoor dining area aswell as ample parking.
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I really like this place - the ambience is great and it's good if you have a few friends and have a slow dinner while you talk but it's not for everyone! The portions are small and it's tapas so not ideal for big meat eaters.
Is it just me, or is everybody head over heels for tapas at the moment? People seem to be nuts for it. I must admit I am partial to the Spanish fare.
Having recently dined at Leederville?s Duende and Nedlands? Pata Negra I was on something of a Mediterranean food odyssey, so I decided to continue my culinary journey with a late Saturday lunch at Fremantle?s Gypsy Tapas House.
For years a friend of mine has raved about Gypsy Tapas, so I thought it was about time I finally tried it. My trusty dining companion and I ventured into a small arcade filled with people feasting on various culinary delights. Our waiter promptly invited us to sit wherever we liked. We chose a shaded spot under an umbrella and perused the lavishly long menu. At $8 a pop, there were 30 tapas to choose from (each comes served with turkish bread). We decided on the chilli-caramel chicken wings, grilled fresh prawns, five-spice sticky pork, baked fetta with tomato and olive, and the nectarine, goat cheese and rocket salad.