Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Tapas in London

Obviously, the best tapas and spanish cuisine are made in Spain!

But as we can find decent Thai, Malaysian or Peruvian food, I am still hoping to find a good Spanish Tapas/Restaurant in London. I have been living in London for 4years now and haven't found anything close to what we can find in Spain.

I have tried the Tramontana Brindinsa in Old street wasn't overawed, I went to Meson Don Felipe in Southwark wasn't impressed went to Last Sangria on upper street, wasn't even good — I gave up.

However, after some researches, I have discovered that there is 4 new style Tapas Bars in London and very much enjoyable according to the timeout magazine (timeout.co.uk).

All of them are owned by the same young company — Salt Yard in Goodge Street, Dehesa in Regent street, Opera Tavern in Covent Garden and the new one in Soho, Ember Yard.

They also have a bar snacks with house cocktails and a nice selection of wines.

As the company is the same I guess that one's worth the other. I will probably go for the Ember Yard and let you know and if you did try one of them already please drop me a line x x


  



   








image via emberyard.co.uk