Pinchos is a well-established Spanish-style tapas bar in the inner-city village of Leederville, by owner-chef Justin Bell.
Highlights here might include classics such as pintxo chorizo, jamon serrano, patatas bravas and carafes of sangria. Larger dishes such as slow-cooked beef cheek might play off nicely with desserts such as the Basque burnt cheese cake. Other small dishes might include beetroot soup, anchovies, iceberg salad and churros. For drinks there's three sherries to taste, as well as a crisp Gypsy Pear Cider.
Private parties are usually ushered into the backroom. Walk-ins are eased into one of 32 spots against whitewashed brick walls and Spanish paraphernalia, most of which looks like it’s been there since tapas bars were first frequented in Spain. Otherwise, snag an al fresco stool for some footpath people watching.
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