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The quintessential acorn, Jamon Jamon has grown from a 1950s hidden gem to being one of the West End’s favourite Spanish restaurants - quite the mighty oak. Between Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road, Jamon Jamon is ideally located for pre- and post-theatre dining, providing a casual and unpretentious approach to food, which holds a real appeal for young Londoners. It’s friendly and sociable, with a very laid back atmosphere created by both the casually attired guests, jostling over tables overflowing with tapas, and the cheerful, bustling staff. The dining room here at Jamon Jamon balances the character of rustic Spanish farmhouses with the chic of a London loft apartment, light flooding in through a huge skylight at the rear of the space. Looks aside, Jamon Jamon is really all about the food – classic Spanish tapas, paella and other such specialties, all made with a passion for authenticity and the knowledge that there’s nothing quite like tapas.