Just like everything else in Melbourne, this trendy little Tapas Bar is nestled inside an alleyway. Not just any alleyway though, it’s perhaps the most striking of it’s kind in Melbourne. The street art adorning it’s walls are nothing short of amazing!
Back to MoVida, though, as I mentioned above this cute little bar is incredibly trendy so getting a table can be difficult. Once inside it’s pleasantly noisy and you can definitely feel a ‘vibe’ that is energetic and welcoming. And did I mention that the chef was featured on MasterChef?
Upon getting a seat at the bar, we ordered some ‘Pollo Escabache al Miguel’ which is Spiced Chicken Escabache Tapa on crisp Crouton. This was crunchy, slightly tangy and downright delicious! If I wasn’t having a late lunch later I would have ordered another round.
One thing I can never seem to resist is chocolate, so we ended up also ordering some Spanish Churros. These were nice, however, I still prefer ‘San Churros‘ Spanish Churros instead. Maybe because the chocolate is richer and the Churros themselves are coated in loads of icing sugar :)
What she said…
Behind a cute door in this graffiti alley,
lies a sweet little place for tapas and sherry.
For a Sydneysider my senses were surprised,
when the last dish of exquisite Churros arrived.
I dipped my donut in the chocolate filled pot,
and smiled happily as it hit the spot!
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