I said there would be more tapas to come on here and here it is! I am now declaring tapas to be my favourite way of eating as I get bored easily, am quite indecisive and love eating with just a fork (or fingers) so basically tapas was made for me! You may remember I was already a fan of Revolucion de Cuba in Leeds when a few of us went for drinks after the Murder on the Poshfloor event– I love that they have live music in there and their cocktails are pretty darn good, so when I was invited to try their new menu I didn’t need asking twice!

We tried so much food, tapas, mains and desserts and because I wasn’t driving they made me lots of non alcoholic versions of their cocktails including my favourite that comes in the elephant mug!  Here’s some of my favourite dishes we tried on the night with my first impressions . I also missed taking any photos of the cauliflower steak and the cauliflower wings, both which fed my cauliflower cravings I’ve been having since I rediscovered it and the steak even has Romesco sauce with it, which you may remember came with the cauliflower side at the Ox Club. Considering I claim not to like almonds I do love the Romesco sauce! chicken salad rev de cuba

Chicken Salad- a fab alternative to a boring salad including my faves beetroot and butternut squash.

nachos tapas

Nachos to start, they make their own guacamole which is lush! Worth going for that alone!


Aubergine and Artichoke Paella this fed my veggie cravings and was an enjoyable alternative to the usual paella.

beef fillet skewer

Beef Fillet Skewer- the beef was melt in the mouth and  included a side of roasted butternut squash. Yum.

butternut squash tapas
Tapas- More butternut squash (sensing a theme here?) comes with peppers and a goats cheese sauce which was lovely!

Tapas- Pork Quesadilla

Tapas- Pork Quesadilla these are one of my fave tapas’ and didn’t dissapoint!

sweet nachos

Sweet Nachos- these were like crispy Churros I liked them but wish they came with the below too!

Chilli chocolate
Molten Chilli Chocolate- the chilli kick came as a surprise every so often- it’s not something I would repeat not being that much of a chilli fan!

Espresso shot- the only alcohol of the night and great as a digestif after the meal!

As you can just about see (it is very dark in there!) the food all looks lovely and I can assure you it tasted great too! Price wise tapas is 3 for £14 (or 2 for 1 on Sunday’s) and mains vary from £9 to £12 overall with the beef fillet above at £14 and sirloin steak at £17. Overall it’s pretty reasonable and great for a quick bite whilst out and about in Leeds. I’ll definitely be going back especially for more cauliflower!