Whether you are out as a couple, in a large group or looking for a quick snack, Eyre Brothers is a sleek option with bold flavours and high-level service. Inside guests enjoy an atmosphere created by low-ceilings, dark-woods and intricate leather design, which all work together seamlessly. The dishes on offer have an Iberian theme and are all about big flavours. Try the speciality Ibérico pork fillet, marinated in paprika, thyme and garlic, to really sample the Eyre Brothers experience.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
70 Leonard StreetLondonEC2A 4QX
Top 5 reviews of Eyre Brothers
Decided to try this restaurant after reading a Timeout article that named it as one of the top restaurants in Shoreditch. Maybe if we hadn't come into the experience with that expectation, my rating would be better.
We had the Pimientos de Padrón fritos and the beetroot salad were nice. The grilled leeks with potatoes amounted to 3 leeks (3 pieces of leek? 3 leek stalks??) and what probably... more
The service was pretty horrendous. Hard to get them to pay any attention to us to actually come over to take our orders and they had no idea about their own menu and what was good etc. But when our disappointment led us to decide to leave after appetizers rather than even order main dishes, we suddenly got plenty of attention as they continually attempted to take away our plates of food that... more
We went to an exhibition across the street and decided to go here because it was so close. What a great decision that was! A beautiful restaurant with a modern wooden decor (so nice I felt as if I needed to dress up), Eyre Brothers has a great high-quality menu. The staff were super friendly and had no problem with us sharing, as some other nice places do. We got a few starters and some of the... more
I took my girlfriend here for her birthday. She is Spanish, from the part of Spain near Portgual so I thought I'd take her somewhere she could get a taste of home.
It was a Tuesday night in January so my booking wasn't really essential, there were 2 other tables occupied in the whole place. Still it made for attentive (but not overly) waiting staff.
We started with the Jamon Iberico which... more
The restaurant describes itself as having 'adventurous Spanish and Portuguese dishes'. Well, it was an adventure I'd rather have not embarked on.
Calming atmosphere, and great service, but I (and my two fresh off the boat Spanish friends) found the food dreadful. Every dish we ordered was a sickening brownish colour, and its contents unidentifiable as a food product. The meat was dry, and... more