You don’t have to wait for an anniversary to celebrate your love for someone. In fact, studies show that couples that prioritise regular date nights are more likely to share in healthy and happy relationships. Forget flowers or chocolates: if you want to really impress next date night, you can’t do better than a wine and tapas bar.
Tapas – the language of love
Tapas food originated in Spain, when innkeepers would offer selections of their foods on a tapa (pot cover). Since then tapas have come to represent variety and communal eating. Tapas are a wide variety of Mediterranean snacks (both hot and cold) that are designed to be shared, and what better way to share a special night than by sharing special food? Together you can embark on a culinary journey exploring a range of colours, textures, spices and flavours. With an assortment of freshly baked breads, selections of cheeses and cured meats, fresh seafood and arrays of pasta, you can cater your choices to suit your romantic tastes. For desert you can cleanse the palate with a refreshing gelato, or indulge in something a little more decadent. As they say, food is the universal language of love.
Wine – bottled romance
Wine and romance go hand and hand. Wine symbolises passion and time shared with those we love, so what better way to say I love you? According to studies, the exotic aromas of Riesling or Chardonnay are most likely to get ladies’ hearts a-flutter. Whereas for men, a hearty red wine with earthy tones such as a Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah or Sangioves are more likely to get their motor running. A glass (or bottle) of wine is the perfect accompaniment to a romantic night out. If you aren’t quite sure what wine to choose, you can ask the staff at the wine and tapas bar to pair up wines to match your selection of tapas.
Wine and tapas – the perfect combination!
A wine and tapas bar offers an atmosphere of warmth, romance and delight. So for your next date night, why not book a table at Sevardi Wine and Tapas Bar? Call our friendly staff on (02) 9980 1150 to make a reservation.