Time Out says
Friendly warning! We're working hard to be accurate. But these are unusual times, so please check that venues remain open.
Spanish restaurant in Fitzrovia specialising in traditional, rustic dishes, from huevos rotos to shareable paellas.
A Fitzrovia fixture since 2015, this Spanish restaurant on Whitfield Street serves up Basque Country cuisine, paellas and other classic dishes from the south-east of Spain and tapas from all over. The wine list features a lengthy selection from across Spain, from well-known regions and from those they consider overlooked.
Tapas plays an important role here, with classics such as patatas bravas, Galician-style octopus, chorizo in cider, ham croquettes and deep-fried Padron peppers alongside huevos rotos con jamon (broken eggs with fried potatoes and iberico ham), albondigas en salsa (Spanish beef and pork meatballs) and mezclum de setas con alioli-miel (mixed mushrooms with grilled honey alioli).
Larger dishes include seafood paella, iberico spicy rice and black rice with saffron alioli, as well as daily stews. The restaurant's speciality is cocido madrileño – a traditional meat, potato and chickpea stew from Madrid.