Cafes and Snack Bars in London
Super coffee fantastic chocolate, good service and most crazy staff that entertain the costumers till the maximum
Faton Mexhuani - 19/02/2009 | report this review
Churreria Espanola is 1/3 greasy spoon cafÃ© dishing out the usual suspects and 2/3 Spanish restaurant specialising in tapas and home cooked specials. And before we all jump to conclusions, CE is hardly Catalan, it's very Castilian and its roots hail from Madrid.Although the full English appears on the menu, I strongly recommend the Andalucian improvisation of chorizo, marinated pork fillets, eggs and toast instead. This is a great twist to the usual; the spiciness of chorizo will eventually gear you up for the rest of the day and the lovely pork fillets are evidently a lot less salty and fatty than the typical rashers of bacon. If you decide to come here for lunch instead, go for the daily specials on the blackboard. These specials include Estofado (pork stew), Pollo a la Riojana (Rioja-Style Chicken), full monty Paella and so on. This place is also home to one of the cheapest plates of Pimientos de PadrÃ³n in London; these small green peppers with their mild but explosive flavours are bingeingly addictive. The service is extremely friendly and helpful. The ambience is well, a near workman cafÃ© like.There's nothing better to end the meal here than a sinful cup of thick Spanish hot chocolate and some churros. Dunking the churros in the chocolate is a perfect contribution to joie de vivre.
A User - 07/11/2008 | report this review
This place is great. Busy but relaxed atmosphere. Great service. Child friendly. Menu has extensive selection of both spanish home cooking type meals (not to mention english breakfasts).
A User - 07/09/2008 | report this review
great cafe lots of spanish food and great customer service. The best bit about this place is they have the most delicious Churros and hot chocolate.
stephanie vaz - 20/05/2007 | report this review
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