Picada’s menu includes moreish share plates such as charred asparagus served on a bed of mojo verde and topped with crispy egg, as well as tapas favourites like Spanish olives, semi-sour baguette, and more. If you’re looking for something a bit bigger, you can go for a main meal such as Shephard’s lamb shoulder, Ricotta gnocchi, or Chargrilled flank steak. All their mains are designed to share though, so you can try more than one thing. Those who are extra hungry can opt for the Fiesta menu. For $57 per person, you can leave it up to the staff at Picada to serve you up several plates—tantalised tastebuds guaranteed.
To pair with your Spanish meal, Picada has a range of European wines on offer, including sangria of course, as well as Spanish-inspired cocktails. All of which will get you in the mood for a little boogie since Picada has room for dancing. The eclectic interior design is worth noting too. Think Mediterranean style with floor-to-ceiling windows. Perth’s exciting new tapas joint is absolutely worth a visit.
Where: 480 Hay St
Opening times: 11.30 am — late on Wednesdays to Fridays, 4 pm — late on Saturdays