WREXHAM'S popular Portuguese restaurant has expanded the venue to deliver a better dining experience.

Lisbon Tapas Restaurant, situated on Church St Wrexham, opened its doors back in 2018 and has gone from strength to strength providing an excellent dining experience for customers.

The Leader: The restaurant's new interiorThe restaurant's new interior (Image: Lisbon Tapas)

On Friday, December 1 the restaurant welcomed customers to its all new and improved venue following a planned expansion.

Restaurant owner, David Bartolomeu, on Facebook said: "We have been working hard to create a more spacious and comfortable environment for you to enjoy your dining experience from Friday the 1st of December.

The Leader: The expansion was approved earlier this year by Wrexham CouncilThe expansion was approved earlier this year by Wrexham Council (Image: Lisbon Tapas)

"We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continued support and patronage. It is because of customers like you that we have been able to grow and expand.

"We can't wait to provide you with an even better dining experience."

The expansion will allow for more seating options and an improved overall layout to ensure customers have ample space to relax and savour their delicious meals.

Earlier this year, national food critic Jay Rayner put Lisbon Tapas on the map with an outstanding review in The Guardian.


Since then, David has admitted the restaurant has been busier than ever which prompted the plans to expand the business.

In addition to the physical changes, David and the team are excited to introduce their new winter menu.

This will feature new and exciting dishes such as the hearty pork and bean stew “feijoada” and the traditional “Bacalhau à Brás”, carefully crafted by their talented chefs.