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Little Social is the brainchild of famed chef Jason Atherton, whose Pollen Street Social has proved a huge success with the London foodsters and Michelin. Little Social (which is located directly opposite Pollen Street Social) offers a completely different dining experience from the haute cuisine at Pollen Street Social. The theme here is rustic French and they pull it off well at Little Social. From the quaint French interior to the rural dishes on the menu everything perfectly fits within this picture of a local French bistro...
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Salt yard, located a short walk from Goodge street station has tough competition these days with so many new restaurants opening in the area, Barrica and the newly opened Bubbledogs to name a few. Despite all this competition they are always packed, booking is advised.Salt yard opened its doors in 2005 and since then expanded with Dehesa and Opera Tavern, the group now collectively known as, salt yard group...
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March 2013 has been dreary, cold and snowy. When the weather is like this (and it often is) you just want to be cosy and snug inside a warm restaurant munching on some delicious dishes and sipping wine. Salt Yard is just what the doctor ordered. The restaurant has been at the forefront of the London tapas revolution and consistently recommended by people in the know...
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Salt Yard is an “award winning modern tapas restaurant focussing on the best of Spain and Italy”. The group behind it also own Dehesa and Opera Tavern, where we had brilliant meals in the past, so I thought here would be a good choice for dinner with my parents.The ground floor dining room was really lovely and buzzy...
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Salt Yard has a low key appearance from the outside, but the constant crowds and babble drifting from it makes its obvious that it’s a good place to be. Despite the array of tapas restaurants in London this one is seen as one on the pioneers and one of the best.The small venue is composed of a handsome upstairs bar area filled with counter and front window seats as well as a few closely laid small tables. Those wanting something quieter can book a table in the dimly lit basement; however space here is limited here too.Whilst dining upstairs amongst the hubbub of the bar allows views of the...
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inally, I get to try the flagship of the Salt Yard Group, Salt Yard on Goodge Street.I was in the area checking out furniture (I feel another blog topic forming up) and hadn’t actually had any lunch, but was in between meals – so appropriately, some tapas was just the right food to have.opera tavern - courgette flowers | Yvanne TeoSitting at the bar is definitely something seemingly more appropriate when eating tapas, and knowing the most of the menu (how awful) I searched for favourites and dishes that they might have different from their other two branches, Dehesa and the Opera Tavern. Two spotted:...
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Tapas is like Gangnam style. All around the world people are doing it, but no one's doing it well. It's usually the tricky leg movements that lead most people to end up doing a sort of bastardised Cossack dance. My simile kind of falls apart at this point, but I don't have to labour it because Salt Yard would nail a metaphorical Psy tribute. It is a rare restaurant: a perfect concept, pulled off completely, and would by no means embarrass itself at the office Christmas party...
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The Salt Yard - an award winning tapas restaurant located on London's Goodge Street. Admittedly, I'd never heard of The Salt Yard before but as it was the choice of my good friend Sheena (of My Foodie Thoughts) for her belated birthday dinner, I knew it wouldn't be one to disappoint. A member of The Salt Yard Group, the restaurant is split across two floors, the ground floor and basement. Like most tapas restaurants I've been to in London, both dining areas were on the small side so reservations are a must! The dim lighting and simple decor added to the cosy feel of the place...
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