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“Conversation and wine flows” at this tasty tapas hybrid, which is also “marvellous fun” and a great place for a date, according to one fan. Spanish- and Italian-inspired food is the business in hand, and it’s mostly delivered in a buzzy, low-lit basement room that offers glimpses of the chefs at work in the kitchen. High-quality artisan ingredients provide the backbone for a creative menu that bristles with bright ideas – from smoked eel croquetas with horseradish and beetroot to char-grilled chorizo perked up with broad bean dressing and piquillo purée. There are straight-up classics too (the tortilla is first-rate), while desserts are an inventive bunch – think ricotta dumplings with lemon curd and raspberry compote. The boisterous ground-floor bar and pavement tables are also much in demand for sipping sherry, nibbling plates of charcuterie and sampling some particularly interesting Spanish and Italian wines by the glass.

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  1. Published : Monday, 18 November 2013

    Samphire and Salsify :: Salt Yard

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  1. 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.

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  1. Published : Thursday, 25 April 2013

    ytTastes :: Quick Taster at Salt Yard, Goodge Street

    inally, I get to try the flagship of the Salt Yard Group, Salt Yard on Goodge Street.

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  1. Published : Monday, 11 February 2013

    fatmanclaphand :: Salt Yard: brilliance on tap(as)

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    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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