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16th Sep 2020

Tapas in Cork – Tedo is the perfect mixture of great food with a relaxed vibe

James Fenton

The Rebel City is home to some fine eating establishments but if you’re someone who likes a bit of variety during their dining experience then Tedo is the spot for you.

Tapas is a great way to get together with friends and try out a mixture of delicious dishes and given Tedo’s prime location on Princes Street, it’s the perfect spot to do just that in Cork City.

The restaurant boasts an extensive menu of both small and big plates, with flavours from all over of the world represented. Feel like taking your tastebuds on a trip to Buenos Aires? Try the Argentinian empanadas. Want to sample some of the best bites Seoul has to offer? It’s worth ordering the Korean chicken tenders.

And that’s just the start. Peking duck rolls, Spanish haddock fritters and beef enchiladas are just some of the other options on offer, along with some standard tapas fare like patatas bravas and Italian meatballs. Those wanting to order bigger dishes can try the quesadillas, peri-peri chicken or Mexico nachos among other delicious dishes.

With it’s relaxed, metropolitan vibe, Tedo is a great place to unwind in the heart of Cork City and if the weather allows, you can even ask for a table outside amid the hustle and bustle of the newly-revamped Princes Street.

A sample of the Tedo menu can be viewed below and it features some of the finest tapas in Cork…

There’s also a wide range of drinks on offer to wash everything down. Tedo is open from 4pm until 9pm from Monday to Thursday, 1.30pm to 10.30pm on Fridays, 12pm to 10.30pm on Saturdays and 1pm to 9pm on Sundays. A must-visit the next time you’re in Cork and you can find out more about Tedo here.

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