Monthly Archives: March 2014

Ember Yard – Soho, LONDON

It’s definitely been a while since I last posted about one of my culinary adventures, in the world of the epi-curious.  Digging through the backlog of visual smorgasboards and fond remembrance, back one winters day, at the end of 2013, I was fortunate enough to meet up with a gathering of fine friends, and feast on the Latin inspired, Italian/Spanish tapas’ restaurant, where the style of cooking that separates it from the usual tapas’ concept, is that the majority of food comes off a charcoal grill, embedding that smoky flavoursome note, that I enjoy.  Ember yard, did not disappoint

Comfortably seated in our tastefully decorated booth, our waiter explained that the fine selection of tasty treats on the menu, with aplomb and friendliness.  A good sign of a place is happy staff that know’s their food.


Grilled octopus Peperonata and mojo verde aioli – £8.25

initially we ordered the octopus with peperonata and mojo verde aioli, which being a fan of the turgid treats, was surprisingly tender, drizzled and placed atop of the Italian inspired peperonata, the dish was an excellent foray into what was to come next.

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