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Fresh off the heels of the London foodie boom, which seem as though it’s never going to slow down – Spanish food is seeing a revival. It’s not that it ever really had a slump, but it did become rather predictable and in my opinion insanely expensive, with small tapas dishes priced at the same, if not more than a main course. For me that just isn’t tapas. True tapas should be quality, ingredient led produce which is affordable, always pleasing and pairs with just about any glass of wine or sherry – so it was refreshing to come to somewhere like Copita del Mercado who obviously have my same opinion in mind, because...
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Copita del Mercado, Spitalfields – gin galore! But that was not the main thing that enticed me to dine at Copita del Mercado. I’d heard enough to make me want to visit. I only noticed the various gin bottles, not empty ones, on display as we entered the restaurant. So it was not surprising to find there was a dedicated G&T menu. I was even more so impressed that they had Xoriguer gin; despite from seeing it in Laithwaites in Borough Market, I don’t recall having seen Xoriguer in any London restaurant before. My favourite gin of all time, not only fragrant but a concentrated flavour of the juniper berries.
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