Honey Pot (CLOSED)
Time Out says
There’s much to admire at this tapas tavern: terrific small plates, courteous and attentive service, and a wealth of wine. A former Victorian boozer, it’s brightened by enormous windows and a rear conservatory, while the main bar area is partitioned from a small crowd of dining tables using sherry barrels, all surrounded by dangling jamón, wine decanters and cans of olive oil.
Confidently cooked tapas dishes steal the show: you can kick off with classic tortilla (or a more unusual version, made with morcilla – Spanish black pudding – and butternut squash); a heap of deep-fried whitebait; or snails with chorizo and a fried egg. Meat-lovers will be pleased to find a handful of well-cooked steaks, as well as the traditional charcuterie selection. Finish with simple but effective puds, from honey-baked figs served with nutty praline ice-cream, to a plate of Spanish cheeses with quince jam and bread.
For liquid refreshment, there’s a solid choice of Meantime beers on tap, plus the pub’s Honey Pot lager, brewed at London Bridge. The wine list, numbering some 130 bins, offers 32 choices by the tumbler.
20 Homer Street
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