About EL CID Spanish Restaurant
About the restaurant
If you’re dreaming of a Mediterranean getaway, EL CID Spanish Restaurant is the next best thing, providing diners with a Spanish experience in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui. Established all the way back in 1992, this charming Spanish restaurant has become the go-to place for foodies looking to tuck into tapas, paella, seafood and other Spanish specialities. You’ll find El CID Spanish Restaurant located on the 23rd floor of the Chinaweal Centre on Jaffe Road. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
Take a look at EL CID's delicious menu with enticing photos here!
To experience the culinary delights of Spain without leaving Hong Kong, EL CID Spanish Restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui is the place to go. With lavish red table cloths, Spanish-style tiles and traditional ceramics, step inside EL CID Spanish restaurant and you’ll instantly feel like you’ve been transported to Madrid, Barcelona or Valencia with its authentic decor and cosy ambience. Whether its for a romantic date, a big communal group meal or a catch up with friends over some tapas and wine, EL CID Spanish Restaurant provides the perfect setting, with plenty of choices for meat lovers, seafood fanatics and vegetarians alike on the menu.
Share some tapas like the sauteed mushrooms in garlic, deep-fried squid with ink sauce, grilled chorizo with apple, spinach and cheese in filo pastry, meatballs in a tomato and herb sauce, grilled Iberico pork with sea salt or the garlic prawns in olive oil. Other delicious choices on the menu at EL CID Spanish Restaurant include a rage of paellas as well as other Western favourites such as the grilled spring chicken stuffed with chestnuts, Iberico pork and herbs, roasted suckling pig, baked seabass in salt crust and an array of classic Italian pastas. Providing Hong Kong foodies with a superlative Spanish dining experience for over 20 years, the secret is well and truly out about CID Restaurant. Find out what all the fuss is about by booking a table and heading on over to the Knutsford Terrace in Tsim Sha Tsui.