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Cuisine: Salads, Spanish, Tapas/Small Plates
Price Point: Mains from €10 - €20

At Feed Your Senses, it's about so much more than the taste. It's about the good times that start with moreish tapas and flagons of sangria.

Like its dining style, this restaurant is relaxed and easy-going where the more is, indeed, the merrier. Settle down for an evening of light-hearted frivolity at their cosy bistro-style tables and squish your gang in; you're going to be sharing food anyway!

Send the senses into overdrive by littering the table with loads of tasty goodies! Mix and match with little plates like Spanish meatballs, Spanish omelette, ham croquettes and Atlantic prawns in devilish chilli oil.

If you like your cheese, look no further than breaded manchego and goats cheese. Other vegetarian options include vegetarian croquettes and grilled asparagus. Thankfully, sangria is vegetarian too so you can rest easy!

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Feed Your Senses
27 Washington Street West
Cork T12 T80K

Open Hours:
Mon: Closed
Tue - Wed: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Thu: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Fri - Sat: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Sun: Closed

Phone: +353 21 427 4633

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Feed Your Senses
Cuisine: Salads, Spanish, Tapas/Small Plates
Mains: €10 - €20

Reviews

Kate Kirk

Rosa and her husband create and serve authentic Spanish tapas.from the delicious crunchy sea salted blanched almonds through garlic and chilli prawns with amazing balancing of all the flavours to baked cheese cake from Alicante. All washed down with a great selection of wines - my favourite is Verdejo, which may be spelt wrong. The welcome is warm the space intimate and friendly. I will go back.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

The atmosphere was great, they had issues with card payments that night but advised us as soon as we walked in and provided information as to where the closest ATM was. The food was delicious! Just keep in mind is meant to be sized as tapas, and for sharing! Wine offering was on point. Already planning another visit!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Enya Mc Namara

Such a lovely night out! The house white paired great with the various dishes we shared. The calamari was a notable highlight. The service was warm and welcoming.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Michael Prasad

Superb, great friendly service and the food was delicious. Highly recommended

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Yvonne O'Connor

A lovely dining experience , authentic Spanish tapas and amazing service.I'm already planning my return visit !

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

We had such a fantastic night at Feed your Senses restaurant. The food was delicious and the service was brilliant, everything was great. Would highly recommend! We felt like we were in Spain :)

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Great menu, food and service was excellent. Highly recommend it

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

We had a lovely meal in Feed your Senses on Thursday 5Th.Warm welcome from the lady of the house and immediately sat us down and gave us the menus.A great choice of tapas etc at very good prices.O First Table it is embarrassingly cheap. The deep fried goats and Manchego cheese were our stars of the show as well as the skewered dates wrapped in bacon a close second. Would also recommend the cubes of Hake.We had three more tapas plus a lovely orange cake for dessert.All that plus 500ml of an organic house white for €42.A lovely night with great Spanish food.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Grace Kavanagh

Fabulous. Food was delicious and service great! Will definitely return to this restaurant.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

This lovely, authentic Spanish tapas restaurant on Washington Street is a hidden gem. It is family-run and homely and has a very small interior which only adds to it's charm and exclusivity. The food is second to none. Even though the portions may seem small for the price, it is a wondering sharing experience with an amazing selection of dishes with many gluten free options. The prawns, bravas, hake, omlette were all lovely. Can't wait to go back!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Melissa O'Neill

Lovely meal at feed your senses. Great first expression with warm, cosy and inviting atmosphere. Staff very friendly and attentive. Food was delicious. Highlights for us were the stuffed dates wrapped in bacon, the prawns in garlic and chilli oil (they used really good prawns) and the meatballs. The sauce with the meatballs was divine. Rioja by the glass was excellent. Dessert too was lovely - special mention to the orange cake which was light, delicious and something different. Would be delighted to return to this restaurant or recommend it to others.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Alejandro Be

We were received with a warm welcome and smile. They were aware of our First Table reservation and had the table ready for us. The place was busy but we were attended in a timely manner, and we did not have to wait long for our mains. The wine selection is just great. I recommend the ham croquettes as they were excellent.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Cosy & welcoming restaurant. Food was delicious.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

The food was delicious and the staff so friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Great food and service!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Kate Kirk

Rosa and her husband create and serve authentic Spanish tapas.from the delicious crunchy sea salted blanched almonds through garlic and chilli prawns with amazing balancing of all the flavours to baked cheese cake from Alicante. All washed down with a great selection of wines - my favourite is Verdejo, which may be spelt wrong. The welcome is warm the space intimate and friendly. I will go back.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

The atmosphere was great, they had issues with card payments that night but advised us as soon as we walked in and provided information as to where the closest ATM was. The food was delicious! Just keep in mind is meant to be sized as tapas, and for sharing! Wine offering was on point. Already planning another visit!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

It was a really nice restaurant. The food was excellent and so tasty. I really enjoy the informality of tapas. Only problem was is the fact we ate too much and hadn't enough room for desert!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Enya Mc Namara

Such a lovely night out! The house white paired great with the various dishes we shared. The calamari was a notable highlight. The service was warm and welcoming.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Gorgeous food & wine. Brilliant service and a really relaxed ambience. Loads or choice on the menu so would definitely return!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Marie Sheahan

So so tasty and a really lovely atmosphere. Highly recommend! I’ll be back!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Delicious food with a great atmosphere! Fantastic service and very helpful and knowledgable.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Michael Prasad

Superb, great friendly service and the food was delicious. Highly recommended

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Yvonne O'Connor

A lovely dining experience , authentic Spanish tapas and amazing service.I'm already planning my return visit !

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

We had such a fantastic night at Feed your Senses restaurant. The food was delicious and the service was brilliant, everything was great. Would highly recommend! We felt like we were in Spain :)

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Great menu, food and service was excellent. Highly recommend it

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

We had a lovely meal in Feed your Senses on Thursday 5Th.Warm welcome from the lady of the house and immediately sat us down and gave us the menus.A great choice of tapas etc at very good prices.O First Table it is embarrassingly cheap. The deep fried goats and Manchego cheese were our stars of the show as well as the skewered dates wrapped in bacon a close second. Would also recommend the cubes of Hake.We had three more tapas plus a lovely orange cake for dessert.All that plus 500ml of an organic house white for €42.A lovely night with great Spanish food.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Grace Kavanagh

Fabulous. Food was delicious and service great! Will definitely return to this restaurant.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

This lovely, authentic Spanish tapas restaurant on Washington Street is a hidden gem. It is family-run and homely and has a very small interior which only adds to it's charm and exclusivity. The food is second to none. Even though the portions may seem small for the price, it is a wondering sharing experience with an amazing selection of dishes with many gluten free options. The prawns, bravas, hake, omlette were all lovely. Can't wait to go back!

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Melissa O'Neill

Lovely meal at feed your senses. Great first expression with warm, cosy and inviting atmosphere. Staff very friendly and attentive. Food was delicious. Highlights for us were the stuffed dates wrapped in bacon, the prawns in garlic and chilli oil (they used really good prawns) and the meatballs. The sauce with the meatballs was divine. Rioja by the glass was excellent. Dessert too was lovely - special mention to the orange cake which was light, delicious and something different. Would be delighted to return to this restaurant or recommend it to others.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

Alejandro Be

We were received with a warm welcome and smile. They were aware of our First Table reservation and had the table ready for us. The place was busy but we were attended in a timely manner, and we did not have to wait long for our mains. The wine selection is just great. I recommend the ham croquettes as they were excellent.

- dined at Feed Your Senses on

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