As the name suggests, this popular Spanish tapas restaurant is next door to something—in this case the grown-up parent restaurant called MoVida. This is the casual little sister (or daughter) for those who don't want to linger too long over their dinner. Dishes range from tapas (from $3.50 to $9.50), like chorizo-filled Catalan potato bomb with spicy sauce, to racion (bigger plates ranging from $12.50 to $19), which might include pig's ear a la plancha
(grilled) with Guindillas. Finish the meal off with churros con chocolate (Spanish fried dough served with a hot, thick chocolate drink). If you're after a bigger meal, book table space at MoVida next door. Both eateries are owned by Frank Camoora, who's made a big splash in the Melbourne dining scene since 2003.