Black Pig With White Pearls

Restaurants , Spanish Stoke Newington
  • 5 out of 5 stars
(16 user reviews)
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Black Pig With White Pearls
Venue name: Black Pig With White Pearls
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Address: 61 stoke Newington High street
London
N16 8EL
Price: £26 to £40
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Average User Rating

4.9 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:14
  • 4 star:2
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
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Arts A

I absolutely love Black Pigs with White Pearls. The food is always homemade, delicious and made with love. The owners are 2 of the most welcoming, friendly people I have ever met.

Jacquie M

Great Atmosphere...staff are friendly and helpful...and my food was just superb...best night out...will be back.

Tom S

Best Spanish food in London! The escalivada is unreal, and the dulce de leche desert makes my knees weak!

Ghislaine I

Im Spanish and I have to say that the quality of food is exceptional, very good food, and a clean, open, bright atmosphere....Mediterranean cuisine with very fresh a good products, one of the places every one have to pass in London!! The manager  was really friendly and helpful 

Alanna S
Tastemaker

We ordered with Deliveroo, and weren't sure if the quality would be as good as the reviews because it was a takeaway. But it was really fantastic and arrived hot and fast. The meat platter, croquettes, padron peppers, grilled veg, and patatas bravas were all fantastic quality and tasted authentic and fresh. The milk fed lamb melted off the bone and was enough to share with 4. I would highly recommend and definitely go out to the real restaurant when it's not such a lazy Sunday!

Dinerlady LDN

An exquisite evening spent in this triumph of a top-notch Tapas restaurant. The cozy, kitsch, eclectically stylish surroundings, candle lit tables, ambient music and candlelight, make this a wonderful spot to relax and, ultimately get in the mood for some really good food...because, my dear, I'm afraid that is all they offer. We were completely blown away by the 'Marcilla Lollipop' black pudding balls and black squid ink rice with calamari and aioli but everything was sublime, expertly conceived and finished with flair and finesse. The menu is minimal, each dish is perfection and the specials change with what's fresh and in season. And to top it all off, the service was sterling.