The Handbook
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Fans of meat and/or tapas this one’s for you, next Monday will see the opening of LOBOS Soho, the sister restaurant to LOBOS Meat and Tapas in Borough.

It’s going to be three levels of Spanish dishes and charcuterie starting in the basement which features distressed walls and will be an intimate spot where you can head for drinks, we say start your date night here. Up on the ground floor, you’ll find the full menu and a dedicated space for jamon carving and charcuterie, whilst the first-floor restaurant will feature an open plan kitchen and a mix of booths and bench seating.

If you’ve been to the first LOBOs then you’ll recognise the signature cuts of Iberico pork and chuleton but it wouldn’t be very exciting if it was just the same, so Executive Chef Roberto Castro and Soho Head Chef Manual Antonio Rey Esperón have created new dishes exclusive to Soho. These include lobster and chicken pot, slow roasted Castillian milk fed lamb and new seafood tapas such as salted cod with leek sauce, octopus with sweet potato and chorizo and seafood rice with squid and prawns.

To celebrate the opening, they’re giving you 50% off lunch and dinner from today until Saturday 12th November and then 50% off just lunch until Monday 14th November – which is some cheery news on this cold Monday.

LOBOS Soho: Opens 14th November 2016 48 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4SF,