Address: 33 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 1RR, United Kingdom
Telephone: Click to show
In a snapshot
12:00- 14: 30 and 18:00-22: 30 Monday
12:00- 14: 30 and 18:00-22: 30 Tuesday
12:00- 14: 30 and 18:00-22: 30 Wednesday
12:00- 14: 30 and 18:00-22: 30 Thursday
12:00- 14: 30 and 18:00-22: 30 Friday
18:00- 22:30 Saturday
Who is the Head Chef
Nieves Barragan Mohacho
You might not know but..
Fino was the first contemporary Spanish restaurant to open in London.
Sam and Eddie Hart opened Fino’s doors in 2003, offering the public Spanish tapas prepared with traditional and contemporary influences.
Nieves Barragán Mohacho, who has cooked at Fino since it opened 10 years ago and has been the executive head chef of both Fino and its smaller sister restaurant Barrafina (on Frith Street, Soho) since 2007 has restructured the menu, placing an emphasis on the daily changing specials but retaining the initial focus of using the finest of regional Spanish ingredients and her own take on some more traditional dishes. The new Menu Del Dia has been introduced to offer a simple and balanced selection of some of the best of Fino, but also helps diners who are time short, and first time diners who are less familiar with Fino’s menu and the art of ordering tapas. The Menu Del Dia is priced at £17.50 for 6 tapas and £20 for 6 tapas with dessert and coffee.
Diners are also invited to pre-order specialties at the Soho restaurant, including Roast Suckling Pig (from Segovia) or Pyrenean Milk Fed Lamb. Overlooking the 80 cover dining room is an intimate cocktail bar which stays open from noon until 11pm, offering a comprehensive cocktail, sherry and wine list as well as a selection of smaller tapas dishes from the kitchen. Fino’s wine list features examples from some of the best bodegas in Spain, and also includes wine from some of the lesser known and smaller, independent, Spanish producers.