Does tapas fill you up


#1

or do you have to spend loads for it to do so


#2

depends


#3


#4

If you’re still hungry after eating tapas just order pan con tomate till you’re full.


#5

Apparently if you just shout at the food in English it makes you feel more full


#6

I always find it too rich - or in the case the meal last week, too shit - to fill me up


#7

Tapas. Thali. Mezze. Smörgåsbord. Sushi.

All of those buffet-esque badboys are boss. And filling.


#8

Bit of a faff, innit. Ooooh order all these little dishes ooooooh. Hard enough choosing one main mate!1


#9

I’m not at all pleased with sushi getting chucked in with that lot but I have no valid reason why it shouldn’t


#10

Dim sum belongs in there too, and they’re all awesome.


#11

But that’s a breakfast item.


#12

I’m going to say that you’ll need to spend loads, because in Wigan they had a all-you-can-eat tapas restaurant (a lot nicer than it sounds) which lasted for about 2 months before it shut, so clearly the business model was completely flawed, or people of Wigan have unusually large appetites (probably the latter)


#13

If you eat as much bread as me yes


#14

So obviously tapas in IRL Spain isn’t anything like we know it here. You just get a tapa with your drink generally. I remember there was this one amazing place near where I lived in Madrid where you could just buy a caña and get a huge plate or toasties, patatas bravas, wee pizza things and much much more.


#15

Went to a couple good places in madrid that did you a tapas with a beer. One that gave you a bit of ham, which is pretty impressive when you’re just ordering a €1 cana


#16

especially when you consider that most people would just have a few cañas and stay there all night. Wtf are pints.


#17

Really enjoyed having Canas late at night aye. and one with breakfast at a Museo del Jamon