Secure your spot at MoVida’s very first ‘Paella & Pincho Saturdays’, hosted by Frank Camorra himself

Since opening, MoVida has delighted discerning Auckland diners with its mouthwatering menu, bringing a touch of exquisite, Spanish cuisine to the City of Sails. From flavoursome tapas to larger sharing dishes that serve tender meat and satiating seafood to sides and desserts that round out any meal perfectly, MoVida’s cult-followed culinary philosophy has made a significant impact on the dining scene here, and for very good reason.

Movida Tapas

Now, the acclaimed destination is launching a special, ticketed dining series, and is bringing none other than MoVida’s Founder, Frank Camorra, over from Melbourne to kick the very first iteration off with a bang. The inaugural ‘Paella and Pincho Saturdays’ is set to take place on Saturday the 17th of June, and will comprise a series of fun, foodie delights including a showcase of over 15 of MoVida’s most popular pincho and tapas, followed by Camorra’s famous Seafood Paella and other tasty treats from Basque Country and beyond, all served alongside a selection of delectable Spanish wines and sherries.

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Movida Paella

Tickets for this unmissable event are on sale now and are set to be very popular, so we suggest you get in quickly. Beyond this specific event, ‘Paella & Pincho Saturdays’ will continue throughout the rest of the year, with MoVida promising to put on a delicious spread every Saturday from the 24th of June, with paella and pincho served up from midday to 4pm — the perfect way to while away a weekend afternoon with flavoursome food, great drinks and excellent company.


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