In 1975 Spanish dictator Franco died. After decades of his regime there suddenly erupted a spontaneous Spanish movement of art, film, music and fun, energetic youthful exuberance.
This movement was called “MoVida”.
January 3, 2020
A popular place at a popular lane
January 6, 2020
It is one of the top restaurant in Melbourne, it provides excellent Spanish Tapas food. I usually book this place when i want a good dinner for friends and family gathering, celebration. It is something you do not want to miss out during your stay. And please make sure you book in advance to avoid…
September 22, 2019
Incredible Spanish Tapas & Wine. Right next to Hosier Lane so you can check out all the famous Melbourne Street Art.
May 17, 2020
Melbourne's Spanish institution, MoVida, is the kind of place you can come in for a beer and a jamon croquetta at the bar and then move across the tabel and share a place of slow braised lamb, some patatas a lo pobre and down some seriously good Spanish red wine. Every night, MoVida is pumping. Fish…
September 4, 2019
In the most famous street, is the most famous restaurant!
“Remember when we didn't share every dish on the table? Cumulus was one of the first to show us how good communal meals can be. It's still one of the best at it, whether you visit for a boozy brunch or a late-night snack.”