From the award-winning team behind Bodega Tapas Bar in Surry Hills, comes Bodega 1904 — a wine bar and restaurant down at Glebe's star dining hub Tramsheds. You can choose to sit on one of the aqua studded stools at the bar or to cosy up in one of the booths.
The wine list is dominated by Australian and Spanish selections, and the food is predominantly Latin American influenced tapas. Think wood grilled chorizo, Colombian arepas (made from flour) with marinated eggplant and kingfish ceviche with avocado, pistachio, preserved lemon and potato.
For dessert, the watermelon rose petal jam, buttermilk and vanilla pudding ($14) is pretty special. Bodega 1904 is open for lunch and dinner, and although you are welcome to walk in any time, making a reservation is a good idea for this one.