For Spanish tapas and
La Sala Rosa9
Why locals love it
Referred to as the “The Red Room,” La Sala Rosa has become an institution in the local Spanish community. With traditional decor made up of bright red curtains and flamenco dancer frames adorning the walls, its intimate ambiance is amplified by the crimson hue emitted once candles are lit. Thursday nights are popular as they put on a flamenco show.
Why you should visit it
Doubling as a Spanish restaurant and a performance hall, La Sala Rosa is where you can begin your evening savouring delicious tapas and paella, while ending it with a live show. Indulge in their grilled calamari or shrimp, fried chorizo, Serrano ham, and warm goat cheese with honey & caramelized onions. Don’t forget to pair your meal with sangria!
Not to be confused with the next-door venue that goes by the same name, I’m told the extra “S” is added to make the spelling Italian (La Sala Rossa).