We were intrigued at the sound of a Spanish influenced brunch and my Spanish dining companion didn’t really need much persuading after spotting sobrasada on the menu.
We had a Spanish style fry up with morcilla, chorizo, pancetta (the place has some Italian influences too), sourdough with sobrasada and cheese and some churros and chocolate to finish. Everything was pretty tasty and the price was surprisingly good for the amount of food we ate.
This is the first time I’ve eaten here for breakfast; I do like the mini-chain of Salt Yard/Dehesa/Ember Yard and was impressed with Ember Yard last year when they managed to successfully cater for a big group of 12 or so. So I am now glad to have another interesting breakfast option within walking distance!
Price: Mid-expensive (dinner); Cheap-mid (breakfast)
Rating: Very good
Value for money: Fairly priced (dinner); value for money (breakfast)