Encasa, Haymarket

By on May 8, 2012 in European, Spanish

Encasa, Haymarket

We love mushrooms right? If you’ve been following on our blogs you’ll know how much we love mushrooms. The moment I saw this on the menu I ordered it straight away because it looked so delicious, and I was right too! Coming back from Melbourne where we had tapas at Movida we tried looking for somewhere in Sydney that also had Spanish tapas, Encasa had a high review rating so we decided to try it out.

Turns out it’s an extremely packed restaurant on weekends but we managed to get a seat after about 30 minutes of waiting. Next time we definitely will be booking.

Spanish Meatballs in Almond Sauce

I loved the sauce, it was Tomato based but had a wood taste to it which made it interesting and somehow addictive, we ended up scooping the whole bowl clean of soup by the time we were done :)

Chorizo Sausages

I love the Tapas dishes here, although they’re obviously no where near as great as Movida they were cheap filling and excellent for a casual eat. These sausages were crispy and full of flavour.

Peeled Prawns in Chilli Olive Oil

Chilli olive oil? I love the sound of that so it was straight on the order and turned out excellent. Note: The olive oil is very good for dipping bread in! – I ordered bread after seeing how much of it was left over. Next time I come to Encasa I will definitely do the same.

Potato Wedges with Sour Cream and Tomato

I ordered this after reading many rave reviews about it, I have to agree its a very tasty dish to eat but be warned the plate is A LOT larger than it seems and the potato fills you up very fast.

This was a special that I haven’t seen offered since then, I actually loved it quite a bit so I hope they make it a permanent menu item as they were delicious and reminded me of Croquettes at Movida.

Overall Encasa is a great place for a casual spanish feast with reasonable menu prices, though be warned you should book in advance for weekends!

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