Dehasa is one of my favorite tapas restaurants in London. Every dish we had was delicious and there's nothing I can fault about this restaurant. It's slightly pricey but I think it's well worth it
Popped in for quick nibbles and sodas. Strange greeting - I think they are used to people wanting to come solely for a drink and they are only licensed to sell food. That was fine by us but they didn't seem to want to serve us at first.
Plenty of high quality tapas available. Pata Negra Jamon carved in front of you. Good cheeses, good olives. Bit breezy, as the wind whipped through the doors, but nice location
Really creative tapas, with Italian, French, and English influences put to good use. Come here if you want some interesting alternatives to regular tapas. The prices are reasonable, the portions are decent. The only downside is that its such a tight squeeze inside, and the service didn't seem up to par for the 12.5% service charge.
Review by The London Insider
Yum yum yum. A great corner for people watching if you get seated outside (weather permitting), Dehasa is located off of Carnaby Street close to Liberty's and is the perfect lazy afternoon hangout. We had delicious grilled bread, olives, fried courgette flowers stuffed with goat's cheese, ham on cheesey toast and a bottle of red. The food was tasty and our server was attentive, quick and cheerful. I will definitely be coming back.
Came here for Belinis and Tapas tonight. It was hectic and despite having called ahead, we had to wait for a while to be seated, unfortunately in the "sharing table" section. The results was that we had to shout at each other to actually hear anything since the accoustics wasn't so good, music was pretty loud etc. Not so good when one of us has cracked ribs and the other a sore throat.
So talking aside, we had a pretty good meal as usual. I personally loved the croquetas, corgette flowers and duck although others found the meat balls delicious (i found them dry and had a bit of tendon stuck in my mouth for a while).
Ended with a yummy chocolate cake, everyone happy.
The service left a little to be desired for as always, but there is no question that the food here is AMAZING for the amount they charge.
I would recommend getting seating at the back of the restaurants or in the bay windows though, because you can actually hear what each other is saying then!
There I said it: I just came home from Europe, and my decadent, food-loving soul barely emerged while on foreign soil. Why? Because I visited England and France, not Spain and Italy.
Don't get me wrong: I weep at the prevalence of chorizo and charcuterie plates in every butcher shop, excellently simple chevre and lardon baguettes, and chocolate macarons. Not to mention five-course dinners at French weddings, or the peasant appeal of an English breakfast, with just-charred tomatoes, thick rashers of bacon, and a puddle of beans and egg yolk all sopped up with toast.
Even so, my culinary heart has always been torn between, and so found a double home in, Spain and Italy. The simplicity of fresh and bold ingredients, the reverence for and tradition of elemental cooking, the spice and depth of the wine....So it comes as no surprise that my one meal to plan and anticipate, salivating, would be at Dehesa.
And so my heart was satiated over and over, and the evening became one of such loveliness, such delight over the wine and the new little plate on the bar, such smiles of pure delight....
Grilled squid and chorizo salad, just vinegary with pickled onions and spicy with pimenton. Asparagus spears topped with shavings of black truffles. Crispy-seared pork belly nested on a simple layer of cannellini beans, dotted and flavored with bits of pungent rosemary. Three kinds of ivory and golden manchego cheese, surrounding a tiny block of membrillo. Sea bream, grilled with tender mushrooms. Three shot glasses of red, green, and orange gazpachos, accompanied by slivery-thin shavings of salty ham.
And...two wands of courgette flowers. Bathed and crisped in honey. And stuffed with creamy, delicate goat cheese. Sweet, and lovely, and those few slow and savoring bites will stay in my mind as one of my vivid food memories, so perfectly contrasted and united in both theory and execution.
Without a reservation, you can eat at the bar or the communal table, and bask in the warmth and energy, and look with pleasure at the hocks of Iberico ham resting on the counter behind you, and swirl your glass of wine, and simply delight. So in my little way, I happily come home from Spain and Italy too, by way of Soho (and also of France, through the bartender Pepe).
Wildly smiling still, of course....
I've eaten here several times. Excellent tapas style dishes. High quality ingredients, well designed combinations of flavours and textures. Executed to a high and consistent standard.
The menu looks like it changes with the season and has a selection of vegetable, fish and meat dishes. You need about 3 dishes per person so it's a good way to try out different items. Personal favourites include the pork belly with canellini beans (really tender and really crispy skin) with just the right level of rosemary coming through. Other reviewers also mention this one! The mackerel with bean and pepper salad was great as well as the stuffed courgette flowers.
On a previous visit they had the most wonderful variation on bread pudding which was simultaneously soft, light and crispy but doesn't seem to be on the menu any more. Deserts on my most recent visit weren't quite as good as last time.
It's a small den of a place with a cosy feel on the corner of Kingly St and Ganton St. so a good place to stop by in the centre of town. Perfect for two, you can sit at the bar or for 3 people they have a few tiny booth tables that are just big enough. Not good for a crowd. Gets crowded even on a Monday when I visited last.
Service is straightforward and the prices are fairly high but it's made up for by the excellent food.
Tapas is always a good idea in my estimation. What's not to like about lots of small plates filled with tasty goodness?
London has no shortage of Tapas restaurants - Iberica, Brandisa, Barrafina to name a few. So why go to Dehesa? Well for starters you can make a reservation which you can't do for the last two on that list. The atmosphere is also great - dark and intimate but loud and alive. And last but not least, the food is consistently amazing. This week we had the goat cheese special (a trio of goat cheese with rosemary honey), the Spanish chacuterie plate (there are Spanish and Italian options), squid with mint and chickpeas, and minature peppers stuffed with pine nuts and spinach, among other things. The fact that I can remember the meal in such detail several days later sort of says it all.
A warning: I put Dehesa in the Special Occasion category because it is not the cheapest tapas place in town. Quite the opposite, and that extends to its wine list - which is not that extensive but ridiculously priced.
This place is great, its tiny tho, you will be sat right next to other people. But the wine was very good, the food excellent and the location and ambiance fantastic.
Despite looking like there was no where to sit the manager got us space on a shared table faster than he said he would and the waiters were fast and attentive.
The tapas selection was perhaps a little limited but this was offset by the speed of service and the high quality of the food. I loved the quails eggs inparticular.
Just behind Regent Street, Dehesa is located near a number of pubs and restaurants that are swarmed by young professionals after work until late at night. I have been here several times and I recommend booking a table, or putting your name down before you go grab a few drinks elsewhere. Dehesa is cozy and intimate, a perfect place for a date or catch up with friends.
I have been there 3 times and this last time was my favorite yet, my mom and I had the following:
stone bass carpaccio, it was fresh and reminded me of Peruvian ceviche I have had. The smoked mackerel was particularly good as well.
Their Iberico ham is excellent, you cannot go wrong with this choice, along with some bread, it is a great way to start or end the meal.
The pork belly was cooked to perfection, crunchy on the outside and extremely flavorful, accompanied with cannellini beans, it was a perfect combination and very filling.
My absolute favorite part of the meal was the Padron Peppers. They seemed to be slightly grilled and sprinkled with sea salt. We got two servings of them because they were just that good, I could have eaten a hundred of them.
We washed all of this down with one of the three beers they serve (we weren't in the mood for wine, but they have a good selection) The beer was called Alhambra Reserva, It was recommended by the bar tender, and it was particularly good, i was expecting your run of the mill lager, but it had a golden color, with a aromatic hopyness to it and a malty finish.
For "dessert" we had the courgette flowers which were filled with goats' milk cheese with honey drizzled over. I say dessert because it's actually a vegetable tapas dish, but cheese and honey says dessert to me.
I didn't try their actual desserts, but maybe next time I'll save some room.
Goodness, I love traveling for business! I get to try all the good foods that the world has to offer. The downside is that I have no one to break bread with plus I never know where to eat. So I always opt for places that are crowded enough so people don't notice the loner loser all by herself!!!
This time however I had a friend with me and we stumbled upon Dehesa. Perhaps it was all the legs of pork in the window (see photos) that drew us in. A tapas joint - perfect! More food to share.
Everything we ordered is exceptional:
Pan fried duck breast with truffle!
Grilled squid and chorizo salad
prosciutto di Parma (OMG this stuff MELTS in your mouth!)
Spanish collection of cheese
...all this and then some along with a bottle of Chardonnay.
Bill came out to 150...why do tapas have to be so expensive? They are just small plates! But then again....I love traveling for business!
Side note: dining space is small so it is best to keep groups down to a minimum. And you can sit & eat at the bar.
Summary: Pretty good, but not great, tapas. Small portions. Expensive. Bad service. Probably won't come here again as Barrafina is much much much much much much much better.
I like Dehasa's ambiance and decor, but that's about it. The food tries very hard to be a "different" style of tapas (and it certainly isn't your normal spanish tapas) but none of the dishes made me want to have more. Nothing stood out as inventive (although they sound like they might be on the menu), or very tasty (again, tastes good, but nothing special). The portions are excruciatingly small for the amount you pay.
We had (between 2):
1. peach and tomato salad -interesting, but not that interesting
2. rabbit wrapped in parma ham and paella -sounds interesting, tasted very ordinary. the paella was actually very good, but too bad they only heaped two small spoonfuls of it on the plate.
3. grilled bream -again, sounded very tasty on the menu, but tasted like a normal grilled fish with some lemon and herbs
4. prawns and saffron potato -extremely ordinary tasting
5. patatas fritas -actually, the only thing that was very good (and that is sad)
Service was not wonderful either. We had to flag our waitress down every time (took ages...and the restaurant wasn't that full or busy either). She never smiled at us ONCE until of course, at the end when we were paying our bill and giving tips. While I was paying, I didn't tell her to put in a tip on my debit card, but she took the liberty of putting the "optional" tip in anyways. I didn't want to deal with having to tell her that I actually wanted to pay less, so I just paid the god damn bill and left.
Again, I'm a spoiled San Francisco resident who's used to tons of great tapas places at good prices, both traditional Spanish style & more modern style (Mission district...enough said). The more I eat out in London, the more disappointed I am with the food scene. I can understand why Londoners would rate this place higher---they are not used to having very good restaurants at affordable prices. Had this place been more generous with the portions or priced less per dish, I would have given it 3-3.5 stars.
Dehasa is incredibly overrated. I was still hungry afterwards, and had to eat something more at home. I would suggest to anyone coming here to head over to Barrafina instead where the service is superb, the prices reasonable, the portions filling, and the food delicious. I won't be coming back to Dehasa.
Somewhat expensive Spanish tapas bar situated behind Regent St.
Food is good but don't go here if you've been on a boys night out and are absolutely starving.
Tried to get into Polpo for an early Weds night dinner with a couple of friends. We were told (at 6.30!) that it would be an hour's wait, and if we left the restaurant our name would come off the list immediately. So we went round the corner to Dehesa who were far more accommodating.
Were told there it would also be an hour's wait, but they took our number so we could go for a drink next door and they called us within 30 mins to seat us at the communal table.
Great food - am a fan of Salt Yard anyway, so a few familiar favourites. Ate loads, with a bottle of wine, for 25 GBP a head and a great buzzy atmosphere - will definitely return.
Beautifully done interior which makes the most of the small space - looks totally different to the caff that used to be there.
I've been here a handful of times, maybe four or five. The little piquillo peppers, when they have them, are fantastic. It's tiny, and seating is crowded and generally in group-dining style. It's often very difficult to get seated, though once you do, it's worth it. Excellent wine list, with many great Riojas.
It has a staircase to the bathroom that may give you vertigo, and often there's a pig's leg propped up on some cutting apparatus in the front right corner. If you're lucky, you can fetch the seat right below it. Because who doesn't want to eat with a pig's hoof dangling above your head.
All in all, great tapas, highly recommended. And if the wait is too long, there's never a wait at the Thai restaurant next door. It's not that great, but hey, for an immediate backup, what do you want? It's probably not fair to attribute that to Dehesa, but I don't care, I'm doing it! You gonna stop me?
Mmmm...tapas...Went here for a friend's dinner party. We had the table downstairs and a set menu with something like 10 courses of tapas. I was impressed with the quality of the food, the course planning, and the setting - such a cool vibe.
And the wine - I love Spanish wine...especially a good red...and there was lots of it.
Great place for a dinner party or small birthday.
Good ambiance, good food, good service.
We ordered jamon iberico de bellota (go for the slight splurge...it's tasty), salt cod croquettas, tortilla, pan fried duck breast, and 3 manchegos.
I usually love patatas bravas but the ones here looked more like french fries so we opted out. I also normally love jamon croquettas, which were not on the menu so I slightly hesitantly ordered the salt cod. To my pleasant surprise, they did the trick--yum! The tortilla is pretty standard. I didn't love the duck--couldn't really taste the jamon & truffle sauce.
The charcuterie and cheese were standard as well -- yuuummmmm.
Our waiter was ok, but he kept speaking to my guy friend who I dined with, rather than explaining things to both of us--found that rather annoying.
I would give it 3.5 stars. Decent but didn't blow my mind.
I came here on a stag do and was not disappointed! Every course was heavenly, the wine surprisingly good and the private room we had very classy. Service was attentive and the dimly lit rooms gave the restaurant a very cosy atmosphere. Particularly noteworthy was the option we had to provide our own soundtrack, allowing us to chow down on fine tapas to the music of Queen, Delphic and Basement Jaxx, just as the Spanish do on a daily basis I'm sure!
The only negative was that it was fairly pricey. Not offensively so, or sufficient in any way to stop me from coming back, more something to be aware of. I haven't been to Barrafina so can't comment on how the two compare. Indeed, as Barrafina doesn't take bookings, it wasn't an option on this occasion.
In all, Dehesa is definitely worth a try.
We came here on a Saturday night and had to wait about 15 minutes for a table. I had a peach bellini while waiting for my food and it was delicious.
We ordered their cured meats platter, prawns that came with cilantro and beans, lamb with gnocchi and mushrooms, and deep-fried duck egg. Everything was pretty delicious with the exception of the deep fried duck egg, which tasted a little bit like tonkatsu breading but needed a bit more salt.
I would definitely come back.
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In the mould of other modern tapas joints such as Barrafina, Salt Yard and Brindesa, Dehesa strives for quality rather than authenticity. No sombreros or Spanish guitar here and it's so much the better for it. Cramped but comfortable, with hams hanging and a central bar dividing the two halves of the low lit bar. Three semi-circular banquettes underneath the large windows are ideal if there are 3 or (skinny types only) 4 of you, if there are more I'd recommend booking the cozy private room in the basement, if there are 1 or 2 of you then you're encouraged to share the communal table or take a seat at the bar. It's a bright and loud well heeled Soho crowd and the room chatters with conversation.
It's a regularly changing seasonal menu, that usually consists of 15 or so items, split equally between meat, fish and vegetables plus a healthy selection of charcuterie and cheeses. Despite the lumps of air dried meat hanging in the window, you wouldn't have a problem bringing vegetarians here. There are more than enough decent dishes, including lightly fried courgette flowers stuffed with Monte Enebro goat's cheese and drizzled with honey. I had these in their sister restaurant Salt Yard a few years ago and they're exceptional. The two filthy carnivores were also tempted by a silken squash ravioli, parcels of al dente sun yellow pasta served in a borlotti bean, speck and marjoram sauce.
We'd had our appetites whet with a chewy toasted sourdough bread that came with a Spanish charcuterie selection including a so-so paprika edged lomo and an excellent nutty Salchichon salami. You can, and probably should, spend at least one meal sat near their meat bar, taking wooden platter after wooden platter of the ham on the bone.
We also went for an chunky hunk of grilled sea bream set off perfectly with its salty stew of mushrooms and samphire and finished with a confit of (slightly dry, the only missed note) rabbit wrapped in parma ham served with a salsa verde.
Dehesa works on so many levels, but principally because they care about their ingredients and cook them, in the main, very well. Service and atmosphere are laidback and friendly and the pricing almost no different to La Tasca. You've got no excuse for ever going to an 'authentic' tapas bar again...
There is no need for me to go on and on about the food. There are enough reviews already on it. Although, if you don't try the pork belly, you are definitely missing out.
The reason I absolutely love this place is the customer service / management. My friends and I tried to reserve space a few days ahead of time and the place was booked. We decided to show up on the night and try our luck. The manager told us it would be very hard to fit us in; he suggested that we sit at the bar across the way and wait. Within 30 minutes, he walked over to the bar and said that they had a cancellation and he would fit us in. I was shocked. It's pretty rare to have any restaurant seek you out in this city. I'm now a fan and even enjoy their Salt Yard location. In fact, I ran into the same manager at Salt Yard and let him know how wonderful he was.
My friend and I shared 5 tapas dishes that I would, for the most part, wholeheartedly recommend. As a London who lived for 4 years in in Madrid, and now reside in LA, whenever I'm back here I seek out the best Spanish restos, since they're non-existent in Los Angeles (every supposed tapas place there is staffed by Mexicans, just like every supposed Mexican restaurant in London is staffed by Spaniards).
The highlights of our meal were the pork belly on creamy mashed potato (the pork skin crispy to perfection), the braised oxtail on polenta, and hake with a chorizo paste that was out of this world (is there a more common food cliche? Sorry).
The tortilla was outstanding too with an unexpected creamy delicious center.
The prawns were just good, not worth mentioning (unlike the perfect ones at Barrafina on Firth).
The macchiatto was perfectly brewed; a lovely way to cap the eve.
It's a cute little place near Carnaby Street. A sister restaurant to Salt Yard in Fitzrovia, I found it less charming and appealing. The food is good, if a bit on the pricey side. Come here on a corporate card and you'll be sure to enjoy it more. Dinner can be extremely crowded. Come early for lunch if you want a seat.
Overall impression: decent and worth a try if you're in the area.
Steer clear of this place - it looks lovely, but the quality of the ingredients were not great (our fish & beef dishes were just of poor quality & consistency, and to be honest, didn;t taste great). On the expensive side, and nowhere near as good as Barrafina.
Even the desserts were not great.
We were on the hunt for a good tapas place in this area came across Dehesa. It turned out to be great and just what we were looking for. It's located in the bustling pedestrian shopping area of Carnaby St. A bit touristy due to the location, but we had a great meal nonetheless.
For 3 people, we had: salt cod croquetas, rabbit confit, lamb, pork belly w/sage cannellni beans, mini-artichokes, quail, tuna carpaccio, chorizo, chocolate cake, pana cotta
Everything was delicious and we would be back if in the area again!
I ate in the private room downstairs with a group of friends to celebrate a birthday. We were a party of 10 and the room is lovely. It felt really private. Ample room. A great space.
The service was very efficient and pleasant. Alos because it's tapas they call by the room often.
Now we did have four or five bottles of wine and the wine was very good. However, the meal was an awesome £75 per head and, to be honest, this left a bit of a nasty taste in the mouth. The charges for coffees, teas are very steep. And to me this was not a £75 meal. it was ok. It was tapas. But not £75.
Enjoy the quaint building. Sit upstairs and watch the world go by. Order a few dishes.
But if you're in the party room do a deal beforehand on the whole bill or you'll be stung!
Being there for a sort of pre dinner aperitif with a friend.
Lovely atmosphere, 6:30 pm wasn't so busy or noisy, very nice ambience, friendly staff. Around 8 pm started to get busy but we were about to live at that time.
Liked the chargrilled bread with olive oil (£2.50), enjoyed the charcuterie plate and some fried cod to go with 2 glasses of wine.
A bit pricy (£ 30.00 in total) but I think I'll go back for a quick snack or an aperitif.
On our visit to London, my friend took us to Carnaby St. We had so much fun there that we decided to go try more restaurants around the area on or third night in London. After a whole day of doing tourist things, we decided to walk around the area and settled at Dehesa for some yummy tapas and wine! We tried a lot of food there. They have a great selection of cheese and a big variety of their tapas menu! I highly recommend their pork belly!
what a great tapas bar right in the heart of carnarby street!
my friend and i were wandering here the other day and stumbled across this place and what a find it was! especially considering we were considering some other very run of the mill options.
we sat right in the window which was great for people watching and made us feel like we were outside even though there were no outside tables available at the time we arrived.
we shared the following:
salt cod croquettes - pretty good. didn't think i would like them but definitely a pleasant surprise.
tomato/peach salad - delish - perfect summer combo.
ridichhio pear salad - a little too much dressing but otherwise good.
chorizo - cooked to greasy perfection.
patatas bravas - delish.
couldn't say more good things about this place, especially for the location. will be back for sure.
Stopped in here one night last week where I shared a lovely bottle of wine and a few plates of delicious food. We sat at the bar and the barman advised us on the perfect wine and tapas to go with it. The prawns were awesome! I'm not a meat eater but my two buddies were raving about a super special ham which they devoured. Its actually a great place for a first date I thought to myself...
For really good affordable tapas you really can't go past Salt Yard (Goodge St Tube). It is an award-winning bar and restaurant serving modern tapas inspired by the flavours and produce of Spain and Italy. The tapas are complemented by charcuterie and cheese boards. But if you find yourself more central, head to it's lovely sister restaurant- Dehesa- in Ganton Street, Soho. Dehesa is the unique woodland area in Spain which is home to the black-footed Iberico pigs- said to produce the best ham in the world.
Dehesa is a great place to stop for a glass of wine and a few small plates with friends. They have an excellent selection of cheeses, and it's fun to sit at one of the outdoor tables and people-watch.
If you are looking for a true culinary experience I highly recommend this tapas bar. They have the most inventive tapas I've tried, like the courgette flowers stuffed with goats-cheese and drizzled with honey, this is a great dish, super fresh and really an award winning combination. They also have a personal favorite, Jamon Iberico, which is so delicious if you combine it with some of the selection of cheeses they have. Also the wine list is pretty good and varied. The place itself is beautiful and invites to savor and enjoy the good food they serve. Service is attentive and knowledgeable.
I'm not a huge fan of Spanish food, but this is one of my favourite restaurants in London. I'm guessing I love the food so much because it has a heavy Italian influence (while still maintaining a few classic Spanish staples that I do really enjoy - i.e. jamón iberico, croquetas (their salt cod ones are incredible) and manchego cheese)..
Be sure to order the grilled sourdough bread with aioli as an accompaniment to anything. Or, for the perfect snack to begin your feast - have the bread along with the jamon iberico, a bit of cheese and quails eggs.
For the tapas, you really can't go wrong. The combination of flavours in each small dish is perfectly inspired. They periodically change up the dishes (usually just by altering the accompanying sauce/veg/herb etc) but a very recent visit there yielded 2 new favourites: sliced guinea fowl with spinach gnocchi and truffle vinaigrette and a butternut squash with chanterelle mushrooms and rocket. They always seem to have the pork belly on the menu as well which is the best I've had anywhere.
The dining area is quite cramped but the atmosphere is lively - it's a great spot to meet up with a friend (or three, but no more) for a fun and stomach-pleasing dinner.
Had walked past this place so many times but never been in, so recently on a rare occasion when my wife and I were in town together we decided to pop in for lunch.
Took the last 2 seats (at the bar) and settled into a delicious meal. Ok, this isn't the tapas of some grungy-but-authentic-little-place in the backstreets of Madrid. It's very much London tapas. But it's great.
A note on the service. In theory good service is about flawlessness. In practice I find good service is actually about how you recover from the mistakes that will inevitably be made. And there were a few.
A dish that was delivered but not ordered. Another dish that was ordered but not delivered. But the recovery was great - the unordered dish stayed, free. The late dish was rustled up, free. A 20% discount was applied to the lot, and some sherry appeared from nowhere just before coffee.
I'm sure the business manager of this place might have winced at all this, but it sure made a good impression on us. We'll be back.
Dehesa is a quaint little restaurant perched on the corner of Ganton street and Kingly street not far from world famous Liberty's store. This Spanish style restaurant is a more up market version of the Salt Yard in Goodge street and offers an excellent combination Spanish- Italian wines, cured meats, cheeses and small dishes which are more elaborate than the conventional tapas in some Spanish restaurants. I was dining there with a few friends a few weeks ago and it was quite busy. Although they don't take bookings we managed to find ourselves a nice out of the way table near a bay window. The seating in the main restaurant consists of rows of high bar stools, but if you get in early then a some proper tables are available. The menu is quite extensive with a huge choice from the meat, fish and vegetable tapas. I have eaten here a few times and on this occasion I decided to start with salt cod croquette accompanied with deep fried courgette flowers stuffed with Monte Enebro cheese with a drizzle of honey. For the main course I went for the lamb chops served with a pleasing hot mint sauce and the meat was I admit served at just the right temperature. The main dish was accompanied with polenta cakes with gorgonzola,braised Swiss Chard done in a tomato sauce garnished with a perfect poached egg. I finished off with an unusual dessert consisting of fresh figs roasted in sherry served with wafer thin biscuits and burnt lemon ice cream which had a pleasing texture brought out by the tangy citrus juices which had been caramelized in a subtle fashion without showing any traces of being burnt. All the sherries,wines ports were chosen well to accompany the main meal. A meal for two with wine would be around 75 pounds and well worth for a special occasion.
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