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1 Redchurch StreetLondonE2 7DJ
- +44 20 7920 6499
In 1978 they turned Scotland over properly in the World Cup, and they did it in the most stylish of kits, diagonal sash stripe and all. We should have left it on that high note. But now they're back. And it's their cuisine they are asking us to fall in love with. It seems to be working. Everyone banging on about it. Time to get involved.
In the heart of Shoreditch.
Been here now 5x in the past 2 months and I'm not only never disappointed but my Peruvian mother (from Lima) also not only approves but loved this place.
I love this. Hands down.
Also had the aguadito de marisco and it blew my mind. Very good.
Only complaint from my mother was that there was not enough food, but that's what tapas means. So don't mind my mama.more
In love with this place. I have come here for brunch, lunch and dinner several times, always with a new friend. And I leave happy every time!
Recently for brunch we tried the Huevos Q'apachana, two poached eggs, spicy potato puree, spinach, chestnut mushrooms, Huancaina sauce. This is the perfect brunch dish. The puree is silky smooth, and the mushrooms are delicious. I am obsessed with...more
While pricey and hard to snag a reservation, this eatery cannot be missed in Shoreditch. Easily the best and inventive Peruvian tapas I've ever had. While you can't go wrong with anything on the menu, the namesake ceviche and croqueta de maca where especially memorable. The yana ceviche and conchitas are also a must try. We had the recommended 3 tapas per person and it was more than enough...more
Ai ai ai. It was a rainy day, but we already planned to go for A(n)dina(h). The Latin temperament was going to make the rainy clouds disappear and fill our tummies with some very nice food. Started off with some tasty red wine and thick cut chips. Moving on to the main menu, we went for the lamb chukulati and pepian. Very, very nice and such friendly staff. The best dessert ever: picarones...more