Done out like a rustic deli with a few tables, this outfit is all about hand-crafted empanadas (the South American cousins of the Cornish pasty) – although there are some well-reported Spanish-style tapas too. In short, an atmospheric spot with decent food, quaffable Argentinian wines and sweet staff too.
Whether you’re a Wimbledon local or just in the area to check out the tennis, you need to eat. Luckily, the south-west London suburb has a glut of places ready to fuel you, including gastropubs, independent restaurants and branches of reliable popular chains like Megan’s and The Ivy Café. Our list of Wimbledon’s best restaurants features a sweet selection of foodie spots that only serve aces.
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