Due to the success of Ivan's performance last year we have decided to organise two evenings with Ivan and his guitar. The first is on Thursday 16th April and the second on Sunday 19th April. Both performances will start around 7.30pm.
Ivan Drever is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist popular not only with the Scottish folk scene but also in other European countries such as Norway, Denmark and Spain. He often tours with popular fiddler Duncan Chisholm who founded the Celtic rock band Wolfstone which Drever joined in 1990 but left in later years. For three decades, Drever has produced a unique music sound, mixing traditional folk with some rock and roll sounds.
There are only 12 spaces for the tasting at £15 per person.
If you would like to see Ivan perform in the intimate corner of La Tortilla give us a call now on 01463 709 809 and book your tickets! They are only £8 if you book in advance! (£10 on the night).
Look forward to seeing you!
We are proud of our history
The Spanish Restaurant in Inverness, 'La Tortilla' literally translates in to English as the 'omelette', opened in 2002 and since that time has established itself as one of Inverness's most popular restaurants.
La Tortilla Restaurant offers the very best of Duncan Chisholm's favorite Spanish Tapas Bar culture from right across Spain including its regional variations. Duncan's hobby is motor biking and this took him to the remotest corners of Spain, off the tourist trails to discover some very special tapas bars.
Since La Tortilla opened its doors back in 2002, one of Scotland's very first tapas bars. Duncan has fined tuned the restaurant bringing the very best Tapas Bar experiences to Inverness, a very special restaurant which has a strong local following. La Tortilla Restaurant menu has a selection of Vegetarians and Gluten Free meals highlighted.
Groups of 10 or more who book in advance at La Tortilla, can have a giant Paella cooked to order at the table. For those who are unfamiliar with what a Paella exactly is - it is a Valencian rice dish that originated in its modern form in the mid-19th century near lake Albufera, a lagoon in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain's national dish, but most Spaniards consider it to be a regional Valencian dish. Valencians, in turn, regard paella as one of their identifying symbols.