Bulla is a Spanish word that means to “make a ruckus”. In Midtown’s Bulla Gastrobar, it’s easy to see why they took that name. With lively crowds and a great bar, folks at Bulla look like they’re always having a great time. Plus, the kitchen is top notch, with a seasonal menu focused on tapas and shareable Spanish favorites. Peep into the open kitchen to watch them make your paella, monteditos and more, or watch the bartender put together a cocktail with fresh juices, syrups, sangrias and berries. Make a ruckus at Bulla Gastrobar the next time you’re in midtown.
Sauteed Garlic Shrimp
Also known as Gambas al Ajillo, these delicious shrimp are caramelized with garlic, brandy and red pepper flakes.
A perfectly shareable bite, the Montaditos are made with slow cooked brisket.
The showstopper at any good Spanish restaurant. Theirs is delicious and can be ordered as a seafood paella, a chicken paella or a mix of all their proteins.
Tetilla, Manchego, Serrano ham, Chorizo, Walnuts and Olive – all the best embutidos (cured meats) and quesos (cheese) come in the Chef’s Board at Bulla.