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Located on the Thames Walkway, opposite Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe, this pint-sized Spanish café-cum-wine shop (aka the Durius River Café) is masterminded by the Bacchanalia wine society
and provides a showcase for produce from the owners’ organic farm in Castilla y León. Peckish punters looking for a grazing pit-stop can take their pick from artisan cheeses and charcuterie from
acorn-fed pigs, although the modest menu also runs to sardines and tomatoes on country toast, mozzarella and baby spinach salad, boquerones, organic ice creams and crème caramel. In the end, it’s
all about the ingredients, while oenophiles will be pleased to see that a chunk of the plain, wood-furnished dining room is given over to hundreds of Iberian wines with modest mark-ups (note the
offerings from Marqués de la Concordia).
It is not so much a restaurant as a wine bar, deli, organic farm shop and a casual dining room hybrid. Zorita’s is part of The Hacienda’s Company who own vineyards and organic farms in the Duero Valley in Spain.What makes me instantly like this place is that the Hacienda Zorita organic farm is committed to the preservation of rare and endangered species like rare breed like the sheep like curly haired Mangalita pigs.Read more: Zorita's Kitchen London - Organic Wine and food from the Duero Region...
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