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‘Perfect when nearby José is packed like sardines’, Señor Pizarro’s larger and smarter gaff offers a calmer atmosphere and more elbow room with its bar, communal table and semi-circular booths.
Plates of accomplished Spanish food can be ordered in conventional three-course order or mixed and matched as the mood takes you. Either way, expect an array of bold, bright flavours from a
frequently changing menu that might list Jerusalem artichokes with goats’ curd and hazelnut, deep-fried sweetbreads with mustard mayo or duck breast with pears, spinach and orange. Sundays see
brunch till 2pm and roasts until they run out – attracting lazy locals and culinary tourists feeling the pull of Bermondsey’s growing gastronomic reputation. Meanwhile, informed staff take drinkers
on an oenophile journey through Spain’s wine-growing regions as they suggest ‘great and unusual’ tipples by the glass. Bookings at lunchtime only.
The new Southbank is definitively worth a visit. Its recent rejuvenation treatment has seen the opening of many restaurants which all compete with good food and great ambiance. Located in the new trendy Bermondsey Street, Pizzaro is certainly one of them. With its old-fashioned ceramics on the wall and robust wood table, it is a place to embrace the Spanish style and stay hours.The menu is not very long favouring seasonal Spanish specialities over the classics. So some help might be needed but the waiter will answer all your questions. As a starters, the ceps, hazelnut & jamon fricassee is nice...
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Jose Pizarro owns two restaurants on Bermondsey Street near London Bridge; Jose and Pizarro. The former is a small and delightful tapas and sherry bar, the latter which is where we ended up for a weeknight dinner, is more of a sit down affair which serves larger dishes...
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A few months back I had a beautiful afternoon at Jose, no-nonsense tapas with top quality ingredients, washed down with easy going wines. So when I was put on the spot to pick a place for dinner on my turf, Pizarro was an easy choice. Better still I bumped into a Spanish ex-colleague on my way – good vibes...
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José Pizarro has well and truly plonked Bermondsey Street onto the culinary map with his two restaurants José and Pizarro. José is a tiny sherry and tapas bar at one end of the street and Pizarro is a full sized sit-down restaurant at the other.I’ve been to Pizarro quite a few times – usually very late and I’ve always been horrendously drunk. The atmosphere has always been buzzy and the food has always been delicious. Seeing that they started doing a set lunch menu – or the ‘menú del dia’ to give it the proper title, I decided to have a lunch-for-one and give it a go...
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When I first dined at Pizarro shortly after it opened in the autumn/winter of 2011, I noted a few niggling blemishes and hoped they’d be ironed out. After a longer delay than initially planned, I made a return visit on a weekend evening with Templeton Peck, Socialist Worker and the Squinting Brummie to see if it really is worth queuing for the eternally popular Pizarro...
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For long Pizarro has been a local favorite for us. We love to visit them for lunch and have been doing so every other month or so for years. Not once have we been disappointed with the food, service or ambiance...
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The better restaurants are able to deliver a consistently good service over many visits and restaurant Pizarro on Bermondsey street fits that bill. Not once have we tasted a dish that disappointed during any of our many visits even though the menu changes regularly. Couple that with the excellent service under the direction of Herve Durochat and you’ve got a recipe for success...
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Spanish King Jose Pizarro, he of Tapas Brindisa fame, now resides on Bermondsey St – Jose is a teeny weeny Tapas & Sherry bar which is also on my hit list, but today with the family in town, we’re here for a meal at Pizarro, the more formal sit down restaurant...
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