An exciting concept restaurant masterminded by The Haciendas Company, Zorita's Kitchen is a farm-to-table Spanish eatery with a focus on Iberian produce and wine alike. Zorita's Kitchen focusses on the Duero River region of Spain, with many specialist ingredients sourced there and imported here to London. A completely cutting edge prospect, Zorita's Kitchen delights both foodies and oenophiles alike with the expert creative matching of creative, inspired dishes and high quality wines from the Marques de la Concordia Family of Wines portfolio. All wines come from their very own vineyards in Spain and the basis of the menu is products from their farm near Salamanca...however, the team at Zorita's Kitchen will be more than willing to tell you the story!
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Broken Wharf House , 2 Broken Wharf
|Price:||£26 to £40|
Average User Rating
4 / 5
- 5 star:2
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- 2 star:1
- 1 star:0
I don't believe the previous review in the slightest. I also haven't been for a matter of weeks and it may be true that the manager does enjoy his wine, but that adds to the great atmosphere, his passion for the produce evident. What great produce they have, the Manager visited our table (as he did all the others) and expertly explained our lovely cured meats and cheeses. He does this every time we visit and my guests always enjoy it. the pricing of the off licence/corkage could be clearer but the staff are always there to talk you through. I've even prompted a couple of improptu waine tastings! A great venue with great food and staff. The customer service is great, talking to the staff about wine is one of the highlights our the visits. His recommendations for wine to take away enhance the experience - do take a bottle home.
I spent two delightful evenings at Zorita's recently, for a wine tasting, and with some friends after work. I didn't know anything about Spanish wine but the staff was extremely kind and professional and gave me a very interesting and exhaustive introduction to their products. The atmosphere at the bar is perfect for a drink after work. I would recommand it to anyone interested in descovering some of the best Spanish wines, and to all the cheese and cured meat lovers - their platters are amazing!
I've been coming to Zorita's for a good while now, often bringing business friends for after work drinks and some good food. However, on my most recent visit I was horrified as to how downhill it's gone in a matter of weeks. None of the staff I was used to seeing are there anymore, and the service and attitude by one of the managers was unforgivable, he appeared drunk and was shouting at a member of staff in public. Utterly unforgivable. It's a shame, this used to be my favourite place for a relaxing drink after work. Bring back the old girls and the old atmosphere!