A former Yorkshire bank is home to the fourth Evuna (after Deansgate, the NQ and Knutsford) but the first to house a standalone tapas bar seating 24 diners along with an open kitchen promising a touch of theatre. A more formal dining area has 45 covers.
Wine remains a key element in the Evuna operation, which started off life as a direct wine importing business 15 years ago. You won’t find their superb Spanish wine list anywhere else.
The tapas menu is more immediately recognisable through staples such as albondigas, bravas, calamares and (pictured above) pulpo a feira (octopus with paprika) while adopting a monthly focus of regional specials, using modern fusion techniques.