At Glebe’s historic Tramsheds that once housed Sydney’s trams, there is now a brilliant array of restaurants, bars, cafes and gourmet produce sellers. And in the heart of this great new concept is Bodega 1904. Spanish and South American inspired tapas restaurant and wine store, this is a place where you will find a genuine love of great flavours and true passion for great food and wine. For Spanish tapas and wine, you can’t go past this little gem.
If it’s great wine you’re after, then you’re in luck. At Bodega 1904 they have an impressive array of Spanish wines, and of course some of Australia’s best as well. Take a seat at the bar and enjoy a glass while you peruse the menu or buy a bottle to share with friends. If you’re daunted by the length of the list, then the staff are well equipped to help you with your selection, so you can be sure to find a delicious drop. And since they operate as a wine store as well, you can buy a bottle or two of your favourite to enjoy at home later too.
When it comes to the food, the flavours are top notch. Fresh, seasonal ingredients are prepared by passionate people, and the results are delicious. Croquetas, arepas, chorizo, albondigas (meatballs) and so much more. With plates designed to be shared, you can avoid the difficult decisions and can enjoy a multitude of flavours. Start off with a few Yuca Croquetas for an indulgent bite with a crispy exterior filled with creamy, melted cheese. Be sure to try the Crudo too, this incredible concoction of raw kingfish with blood orange gazpacho, cucumber and fried bread is not to be missed.