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La Mancha’s Don Quixote sculpture has been gracing Putney’s High Street for 20 years: longer than most of its customers have lived in the area. The formula is largely unchanged – a long room
dominated by a bar on one side, scattered tables on the other, with an interesting drinks list & a 50-strong menu of tapas & main courses. Try mojama (carpaccio of air-dried tuna with
pistachios), albondigas, or chistorra (Basque sausage) with white beans, & add patatas con aïoli for ballast. Head to the back for full meals, where paellas & zarzuelas are specialities,
& the repertoire extends to pan-European favourites such as grilled calf’s liver with red onion, sage & balsamic, served with roasted potatoes. As at all good tapas bars, food is generous,
freshly prepared & inexpensive.
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