Bringing the taste of Spain to Hull Marina

Published: Thursday 29th September 2016 by Courtney Farrow

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Situated at Hull Marina, just a stone’s throw from the bustling streets of the city centre, 1884 Wine and Tapas is the perfect spot to treat your taste buds to Mediterranean morsels. With a frequently changing menu, the stylish eatery serves a wide range of delicious Spanish cuisine, from meatballs and fillet steak, to the more adventurous pigeon breast and mussels. The views of the glistening River Hull and picturesque marina are one of a kind, inviting locals and visitors alike to enjoy a truly unique dining experience.

So what exactly is tapas? For those of you who haven’t tried it yet, tapas-style dining originated in Spain and is essentially a wide variety of tasty appetisers. 1884 Wine and Tapas presents this experience to diners who want to sample a bit of everything, or watch the world go by over a light lunchtime snack. Located a short walk from the city’s shopping district, Museum Quarter and festival hotspot, this restaurant is a great place to refuel in a relaxing, exquisitely decorated environment.

1884 Wine and Tapas also welcomes large parties, from family get-togethers to business meetings and staff celebrations, with the style of dining fitting any sort of gathering. Serving fresh food from 12pm-3pm and 5pm-9pm Monday-Saturday and from 12pm onwards on Sundays, 1884 Wine and Tapas really is a one-stop shop for rumbling bellies.

During your visit, take your meal to the next level with their extensive wine list. Celebrate with Spanish sherry and French champagne, or end the week with a glass of chilled white wine – the choice is completely yours. Poured by the glass, patrons can choose exactly what suits them, complementing the tapas theme perfectly.

Dishes range from £6-£11, which come served with a separate plate so that you can pick, choose, mix and match as you desire. There’s also the option of mouthwatering paella for all to share for just £36. Including everything from spicy chorizo sausage, scrumptious tiger prawns, duck and squid, to roasted peppers and caramelised lemon, this dish is hard to resist.

Just across the marina, companion restaurant 1884 Dock Street Kitchen has just announced some exciting news in the form of an al fresco dining area, which is to be built in the next few months. The award-winning destination aims to further invest in its dining experience, with access to the building also improved following the recent regeneration work in the area.

Whatever the occasion, whether a big event or a lazy day strolling the Old Town’s cobbled streets, we highly recommend a visit to 1884 Wine and Tapas.

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Published: Thursday 29th September 2016 by Courtney Farrow

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