Good atmosphere and college prices makes Matador a hit among college community

By Natalie Crawford
February 21, 2011

One of the newest restaurants in Wayne, Pa. that is open seven-days a week from 11a.m. to 2a.m. that serves lunch, dinner and tequila, is the spanish/Mexican restaurant, Matador.

Bringing in the spanish culture, Matador is known for its tapas and spanish specialties.

Whether you are stopping in for lunch or dinner, Matador gives you a variety of appetizers including soup, salad, small bites, tapas and entrees.

To start your meal off for lunch you have the option of sopa(soup), ensalada(salad) and tapas selectione(small bite selection).

The soups are Sopa de Frijoles Negros(Oaxacan black bean soup), Gazpacho Andaluz(traditional tomato gazpacho) and Sopa de Tortilla con Pollo(chicken tortilla soup).

There are four different selections of salads to choose from. Ensalada Gambas(arm greens, diced avocado, Guajillo rubbed shrimp, avacado vinaigrette), Ensalada de Jicama(farm greens, panela cheese, pumpkin seed vinaigrette), Ensalada de Matador(hydroponic butter head greens, almonds,cheese, figs, Serrano ham, sherry vinaigrette) and Ensalad a la Caesar(hearts of romaine, topolo, Caesar dressing).

For the small bite selection when you’re not feeling too hungry, there is Charcuteria(cured meats-choose 3) and Quesos(cheeses-chose 3).

The lunch main courses and sandwiches you can order anything from organic chicken fajitas, trout, crab cakes and tortillas, to grilled skirt steak, burgers, pork and talapia.

The lunch and the dinner tapas you can choose between vegetable, chicken, meat and fish. The vegetable and meat tapas give a little bit more of a variety to choose from.

Moving on to the dinner menu you can still start off with your soup, salad and small bite selection.

Roasted rack of lamb, grilled Maine lobster, “drunken chicken” vanilla-tequila gastric, filet mignon and jumbo lump crab cakes, to name a few are just some of the delectable dishes for your main course.

Matador’s specials, which can be another option for an entrée, are roast suckling pig, classic seafood, vegetarian and chicken paella.

From the different assortment of spanish cuisine, Matador wants to give you that special Spain atmosphere right here in the Wayne.

One of the new upcoming events that Matador will be hosting is wine tastings and tequila dinners.

Make your reservation for lunch or dinner by calling 610.688.MATADOR (6282). Visiting gives customers the opportunity to join the emailing list, look up directions to Matador and even the chance to work at Matador.

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