WELCOME TO TAPAS STREET

Set within the heart of NightQuarter is a foodies’ paradise called Tapas Street.

Think Mediterranean back alleys meets street food culture, and you have NightQuarter’s signature food precinct ‘Tapas Street’.

Named after the tapas style of shared eating, conversation and small bites, Tapas Street is a place to congregate amidst the kaleidoscope of global flavours, and share a meal and bottle of wine. The space uses upcycled shipping containers, string lights, astroturf and recycled timber to create a unique dining environment. The precinct features twelve shipping container based micro-restaurant concepts, helmed by chefs and food purveyors drawing from heritage family recipes; and a craft beer bar.

Nestled amongst the restaurants, find live musicians performing beneath the string lights, creating a buzzing dining atmosphere.

Tapas Street at NightQuarter

WIN DINNER IN TAPAS STREET

Tapas Street at NightQuarter
Every week we give away a $50 Tapas Street dining voucher! Enter now for your chance to win dinner for two!

COCKTAILS IN TAPAS STREET

Tapas Street at NightQuarter
Tapas Street at NightQuarter

KUDU BAR

Kudu Bar is a shipping container based bar serving up cocktails, craft beers and fine wines in Tapas Street. Named after the majestic kudu head that sits proudly in the centre of the bar, Kudu Bar is a destination for those who want to explore the finer things in life.

RESTAURANTS IN TAPAS STREET

SPANISH TAPAS
LITTLE SPAIN
JAPANESE
KEMURI
ITALIAN
MELTING POT MEATBALLS
ITALIAN
PASTA CAPRICCIO

 

LATIN AMERICAN
TAPAS CANTINA

TAPAS STREET STORIES

Tapas Street Stories: Melting Pot

"All you need is a great big melting pot, big enough to take the world and all it's got."  The Blue Mink's song "Melting Pot" is the inspiration behind The Melting Pot in Tapas Street. At the age of 12, the owner heard this song and was inspired by the idea of a...

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Tapas Street Stories: LA Tostada

LA Tostada brings a fusion of South American flavours to Tapas Street "I was so inspired by the flavours and culture that I brought it home with me." As you wander down Tapas Street, you will soon catch sight of an unusually shaped taco bowl. Filled with smoked meats,...

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Tapas Street Stories: Little Spain

A childhood spent visiting family in the Canary Islands began the love affair with Spanish cuisine for Simon Dorta. The Canary Islands archipelago, located off the west coast of Africa, has a rich Spanish culture, infused with Latin American and African influences....

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