Level Up Your Sunday Brunch With Paella and Free Tapas
Pair the Paella de Chorizo with the Patatas Bravas!
(SPOT.ph) Do you remember, not too long ago, when we'd all make fun of the very concept of brunch? We take it all back—it's not only for titas, mimosas are the best, and it's just too much work to pretend not to like things that are fun. Barcino is one place where all bets are off—it's not a wine bar for nothing—and on all the remaining Sundays of March, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.—things get even better. For every order of paella, you and your group also get a free order from their selection of Tapas Caliente, be it the Patatas Bravas, the Coca de Sardinas, or the Alcachofas Salteadas con Jamon.
The world's your oyster—or your paellera, we suppose—at that point. Love seafood? The Paella de Marciso (P850) has clams, mussels, squid, and tiger prawns; the Paella Negra (P600) has a deeper, more briny flavor. For something meatier, the Paella de Chorizo y Pollo (P680) rather speaks for itself, but you can get the best of both worlds with the Paella Mixta (P890).
Barcino first opened in 2006, sparking an interest in the Metro for tapas and other Spanish classics. By 2008, they had opened a second branch, and remain a go-to for many who love Iberian cuisine.
Barcino Wine Resto Bar is has branches at Molito Lifestyle Extension, Alabang, Muntinlupa City and 2/F Ayala Malls the 30th, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City. For more information, log on to Barcino's Facebook page.