SquareMeal Review of
For more than 20 years, Los Molinos has offered west Londoners a tapas-sized portion of sunny Spain. Simple pine furniture, aged oak floorboards & pink-&-white walls adorned with colourful
plates & miniature guitars provide the amiable setting. There’s nothing out of the ordinary in the roster of traditional tapas – marinated anchovies, octopus with paprika, cod croquettes, tangy
morcilla – but the ingredients are well-sourced, the staff have bags of Iberian charm & the menu is lengthy enough to warrant repeat visits. The wine list too merits attention, with plenty of
punchy Spanish vintages plus a few sherries. Round off a meal with arroz con leche (rice pudding with cinnamon) or crème caramel, but there’s no need to hurry: as befits a true tapas joint, the
kitchen stays open until late.