South London Spanish restaurant The Tapas Room is expanding again. They're already in Tooting, Deptford, Battersea and Brixton - now they're coming to Peckham too. The restaurant has its roots in the successful Donostia Social Club pop-up and this will be the group's largest restaurant yet.
The main menus will be a mix of snacks, tapas, meat and cheese. So, alongside the usual suspects like croquetas and pan con tomate, you can expect tapas like:
- Octopus with Basque Pepper Stew & Samphire
- Truffled Wild Mushrooms w Quails Eggs & PX Glaze
- Confit Fennel w Pickled Figs & Asturian Blue Cheese
- Iberico Pressa w Piquillo Pepper Sauce & Griddled White Asparagus
Brand new for the Peckham branch will be a Spanish-style brunch. That will include The Tapas Room Crumptopus - an octopus crumpet with citrus salsa - as well as traditional broken eggs with morcilla.
It's taken over the space that was The Crown Hotel and is split into an upstairs restaurant and a downstairs bar and the bar will have a focus on lesser-known Spanish wines as well as vermouth and sherry. They'll also have a wine tasting one Wednesday every month that'll be free to attend. There will, obviously, be plenty of Cava on hand too.
More about The Tapas Room Peckham
Where is it? 119 Peckham High St, Peckham, London SE15 5SE
When does it open? 17 May 2021
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