Tag Archive: Tapas

Copita del Mercado: Top-notch Tapas comes to Spitalfields

** Sadly, since writing this post, Copita del Mercado has unfortunately had to close down ** Of all the recent restaurant openings in the East End, there’s one new kid on the block… Continue reading

Pintxos crawling off the beaten track in San Sebastian: The Gros district

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – San Sebastian has got to be one of my favourite places on the planet. With Michelin stars and Pintxos bars galore, the charm of… Continue reading

Tapas Revolution: a Tapas revelation

Located smack in the middle of Westfield London’s first floor atrium, Tapas Revolution is the brainchild of Spanish-born Omar Allibhoy – Maze alumnus and the executive chef of El Pirata de Tapas. A… Continue reading

Kopapa

Fusion food is often difficult to get right. There’s such a fine line between brilliant and shambolic. A little too much to the right or left and what ensues is an overcomplicated disarray… Continue reading

Churreria Espanola

177 Queensway, London, W2 5HL | Saturday Oct 30th 2010 This neighbourhood gem at the top of Queensway is a little corner of Spain away from Spain. You will find a small selection… Continue reading

Salt Yard.

54 Goodge Street, W1T London | http://www.saltyard.co.uk | ingested Friday 4th June ’10 Ben Tish’s unique breed of hybrid Iberian-Italian tapas is bold and inspired, drawing packs of happy diners night in, night… Continue reading