Sumptuous Spanish tapas and impeccable service come together in a pleasant environment to make Cava an unforgettable experience.
Cava’s famous braised oxtail is a hearty starter with its homely, well-braised and tasty broth. The classic escargot bourguignon tastes robust and is well-presented in stoneware with bread at the side. Prawns a la plancha is a star tapa and must-try; it comes sizzling in a small iron cast dish and is very aromatic and tasty.
Mains are divided into meat and seafood dishes. The 300grams Australian Black Angus ribeye is relatively large and comes with choice of freshly prepared sauces or sides. The steak is nicely done and well complemented by the mushroom sauce and a chosen side of fresh salad. The Galician styled cod is another delightful choice with its good tasting olive tapenade cream sauce enhancing the nicely cooked cod fish.
Desserts feature five options with the crème Catalana being a standout. The Spanish version of crème brulee, it is soft like custard and tastes delightful, a perfectly sweet ending.