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This City tapas joint certainly has a grand old setting – it's in the old Lloyds Bank building, on Lombard Street. It's a National Heritage site, don't you know? Spanish slants come from Andalusian floor tiles and marble sourced from Macael and Markina.
Dishes here range from cured meats and cheeses to tapas classics such as Spanish omelette, prawns in spicy garlic sauce, ham croquettes and paprika mashed potatoes with octopus. Larger dishes include Iberian pork cheeks with a red cabbage puree and roasted suckling pig imported from Segovia.
The wine list focuses on Spain, so plenty of rioja, tempranillo and albarino, then. Sherries, sweet wines and cava also feature. And if the setting's grandeur feels too much? There's take away, too.
72-74 Lombard Street
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