A HIGHLY praised Wrexham restaurant is hosting its first-ever exclusive Seafood Week this summer.

Lisbon Tapas has been commended up and down the country following last year's national food review by UK critic Jay Rayner.

Ever since, the Portuguese restaurant has grown in popularity in Wrexham's City Centre, impressing locals with its authenticity and flavour.

Owner David Bartolomeu has announced a Seafood Week to commence for five days beginning July 3.

Whether you're a seafood aficionado or someone who is simply looking to embark on a culinary adventure, the Seafood Festival is not to be missed.

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The dishes will also be accompanied by the restaurant's finest wines and refreshing cocktails.

David said: "Many customers have been requesting more fish dishes so we took action and acted offering a fish galore at the restaurant.

"We will be using Welsh fresh locally sourced fish and seafood.

"Since we no longer have a fish monger in Wrexham and very few fish-based restaurants in town, all seafood lovers have been missing out big time."

The hidden gem is nestled in the heart of Wrexham, located on Church Street near St Giles Church.


David aims to take his customers on a vibrant journey to Lisbon where traditional Portuguese flavours meet innovative culinary techniques.

It was awarded the title of Best Restaurant in Wrexham 2024 by Restaurant Guru earlier this year, a true testament to the team's unwavering commitment to providing the best service and food to customers.

Spaces for the Seafood Festival are limited. Book your table on the Lisbon Tapas website now.