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16 Maiden LaneLondonWC2E 7NJ
Outstanding experience! Great tapes - even though the menu seems small it does actually have a nice variety. Very nice wine card. Fantastic atmosphere. Why any would give this place low rating is completely understandable.more
Really don't understand how this place has low reviews because the food and atmosphere are both amazing. It's a TINY tapas bar with a strict seating policy (max 90 minutes for a group of 1-3 people) and it's almost always packed. The foie gras crème brûlée is fantastic (made me wonder why all foie gras isn't served as a crème brûlée. It's a delicious combination.), the aubergine and goat's...more
The venue is very small and the menu quite limited. We had counter seating at the tapas bar, I usually enjoy watching chefs at work. However on this occasion it was rather off putting after seeing the unhygienic way in which one chef prepared the dulce de leche mousse dessert, holding the sticky honey coated rolls above the bin with his bare hands and scrapping away the excess mousse from...more
This seems slmething of a new concept for Covent Garden - and indeed on a road with 3 tapas restaurants already. This is high dining tapas served in a teeny tiny space. With 3mains each being the minimum a small eater could feel satisfied with, it certainly isn't cheap. Quality is great, there is good atmosphere without ever being soho-rowdy, and loads of hugely attentive touches (all the food...more
We're big fans of "Bravas Tapas" in St Katherine's dock, and heard Duende was linked somehow so thought we'd give it a try.
The place is tiiiiinnnyy! We were lucky to get squeezed in - it sits 22 people max! Best make a reservation if you want to go.
The menu is a lot smaller than Bravas Tapas, but there were some familiar dishes on there. Also a lot more expensive. Each tapas is the price...more