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31 July 2014
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Pix Covent Garden

63 Neal Street, London WC2H 9PJ

£32.50 Tapas Covent Garden
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  • Wine: £19.00
  • Champagne: £65.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-10pm (Tues-Wed -11pm Thurs-Sat -11.30pm)

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Popular with Covent Garden office workers during the week, this dinky tapas joint is also a handy spot for a quick-fix refuel during Saturday shopping trips. Although you can reserve space at the back of the bijou eatery, most punters simply drop in, lured by the tempting counter-top display of pintxos (Basque tapas). Like its younger sibling in Soho, it works to a simple formula: help yourself to all sorts of skewered ‘peen-chos’ in two sizes & collect the sticks in a glass before settling up at the end of your visit. Top calls have included crisp cod fritters with a honey glaze, quince-coated chorizo on manchego, quail’s egg with jamón Ibericó, creamy ham croquetas & textbook tortilla. Friendly staff serve up gutsy Spanish wines, sherry & jugs of sangria to wash it all down.

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  1. Published : Monday, 13th January 2014

    Sunday Cinnamon :: Pix Bar, Covent Garden

    Inspired by the pintxo bars in San Sebastian and Barcelona, Pix has 3 bars in 3 trendy London locations. Trendy is the key word for this place, but there’s a lot of substance to go with its style. I visited the Covent Garden Pix. There’s a great, experimental cocktail list, and the food on offer is small tapas plates, which are sat attractively on the bar looking so damn good they practically drag you in through the window. The food is self service, perfect if you don’t want to wait, terrible if your eyes are bigger than your belly. You just go up to the bar, pick up what you fancy and save the little sticks the bites are presented on, which get totalled up as you go along. The food is pintos – basically little bites on sticks, and served in a shot glass, a dish or on crusty bread. The food is reasonably priced for the incredibly well thought out, creative flavour combinations to choose from...
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  2. This gorgeous little Spanish place on Neal Street is named after the food they sell, pintxos, a kind of Basque-country bar snack, held together by a skewer and served in a shot glass, ramekin dish, or on crusty bread. It’s a delightfully casual set up...
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