The newest branch in the Fernandez & Wells family opened in May 2014, with much the same formula as the other branches.
The site has the same stripped-down, pseudo-industrial common room look as the others, and the menu concentrates on assemblies of Iberian ingredients.
Of the actual cooked dishes, we loved a summery gazpacho, and the chocolate cake was well worth saving room for.
Some other dishes were les impressive - a bacon and egg butty was just that, and the shakshuka wouldn't wow anyone just back from a pilgrimage to the Holy Lands.
F&W works well best as a hangout, with attentive and smiling staff, in an edge-of-Soho location where finding a good café can otherwise prove a bit tricky.