Multi-billion dollar development Legacy West will get a taste of Spain next month with the arrival of Centurion Restaurant Group’s Florida-based eatery Bulla Gastrobar. The restaurant will open its first Texas location in Plano in February.
Named after the Spanish colloquialism for “chatter,” Bulla is known for flavorful tapas, imaginative cocktails and a lively social setting.
“Bulla is a true neighborhood concept that showcases the many cultural influences of Spain, and the importance and enjoyment of social dining,” Carlos Centurion, president and founder of Centurion Restaurant Group, said in a statement.
Led by Centurion’s regional culinary executive, Diego Solano, the kitchen at Bulla Gastrobar will employ the “alta cocina” approach to tapas, combining traditional recipes with innovative techniques. Signature dishes include Huevos Bulla with eggs, house-made potato chips, Serrano ham, potato foam and truffle oil; Croquetas de Jamón with Iberian ham and fig jelly; and Paella with calamari, prawns, clams, shrimp, red sofrito and saffron. In addition to Bulla’s signature items, the menu will have a few dishes created specially for the Plano location and tailored to Texas tastes, like the Jalapeño Ceviche and Spanish Margarita.
The bar will offer Spanish-inspired spins on classic cocktails, like the Lemongrass Collins and the Bullfighter, as well as a variety of beer, wine, and made-to-order sangrias.
Bulla Gastrobar is expected to open next month at 6007 Legacy Drive, Suite 180, neighboring the Renaissance Dallas hotel. The restaurant will serve lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, and will offer a daily happy hour.