DELISHUS TAPAS BAR AND RESTAURANT
Sydney, New South Wales

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Spanish flavour has infused the small town of Richmond in the Hawkesbury Valley, at Delishus Tapas Bar and Restaurant. Traditional Spanish tapas dishes are made with the produce of local Hawkesbury farms at this vivacious community restaurant. The devoted husband and wife team will ensure you have a fabulous time at their restaurant.
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General info

Address:

122 Windsor Street
Richmond NSW 2753

Suburb:

Richmond

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Cuisine:

Spanish, Tapas

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
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MAX SEATING
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Features

Bar / Wine Bar
Function for 50-100
Outdoor Dining
Parking
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Pre Theatre
AWARDS
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sunshine - 17/09/2012
We were looking for a tapas bar and we found Richmond. The food was average and not at all what tapas is. I have had the Patatoes before in the city, they were bland and had no flavour. The prawns lacked taste they had a whole heap of garlic that didnt pack any punch. The tapas came out in almost 15min interval which is strange as tapas is a shared thing so getting one by one was very very unpleasant. The staff were nice, the decor was lacking.
Lee - 2/02/2012
Thought we would try something different, nice place although the red tables and chairs didn't make it inviting, made the place cold instead of cosy. Jose who is very nice suggested 2 dishes each, each dish ranging from $13-$20 although there isn't a lot on the plate it was enough,for 2 i would call the adventure cheap and would imagine it would be expensive with a group. The Sangria was nice at $6.50 a glass or $33 a jug. The prawn dish I would recommend and definitely the potato like croquette the other 2 dishes wasn't what I would call brilliant,, but each to its own. I think people should try it at least once to make their own mind up.