Isn’t it about time you indulged yourself at Jamon Jamon Soho? What better way to indulge than with tapas, tapas and more tapas! The team behind Covent Garden's Jamon Jamon Soho on Caxton Walk just so happen to know how to make tapas very, very well. The menu is extensive at this Spanish eatery and is suitable for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. The beauty of tapas is that you can graze and stuff your face as much as you want over the course of a few hours – because, those small plates can just keep on coming until you’ve had your fill. Featuring a dimly lit, welcoming interior, perfectly suitable for a date or a night with friends, you’ll never want to leave this beloved Covent Garden restaurant. So grab a gang, make a reservation and start looking forward to a beautiful evening!
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We had some sangria and marinera paella. Both were absolutely delicious! The rice was cooked perfectly and the seafood wasn’t overbearing and the mussels were the best surprise of all. They tasted so fresh, I have never had such beautifully cooked mussels aside from being near the seaside. I will be definitely go again to try out more of their menu!
Food was great 👍🏽 but waiting 25 minutes for a bill when there was 6 other people dining is a little irritating, other than that great place
Never disappoints. Best Spanish restaurant in London! We love it!
If you’ve been wondering what all the hype surrounding Covent Garden's Jamon Jamon Soho tapas restaurant is about, it’s about time that you come in and see – and taste – for yourself. The sophisticated yet comfortable ambience, the exceptionally friendly staff and the extensive wine and cocktail menus serve to impress even before the food arrives at Jamon Jamon Soho. Featuring the best Spanish wines, hand-selected by Jamon Jamon’s perfectionist owners, this tapas eatery settles for nothing less than excellence. Though you’ll surely love the drinks and ambience, the shining star of Jamon Jamon Soho is, you guessed it, tapas! Vegetarians and omnivores alike go crazy for the queso con miel – fried goat’s cheese with orange honey – and the various cheese boards, perfect for sharing with a big group. The gambas a la plancha – grilled prawns cooked with olive oil and garlic – are beloved by seafood lovers, and the various breads on offer delight everyone in attendance. Cleanse your palate and forget your troubles with a mojito or three, then order yourself more tapas. With its location on Caxton Walk, you’ll easily reach this Covent Garden hotspot with the tube, and believe us, you’ll want to visit again and again. But don’t just take our word for it, check out Jamon Jamon Soho’s menu for yourself below!
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