El Norte is the Madrid-born brothers’ Alberto and Arian Zandi first Spanish restaurant, following their pan-Latin American debut, Zuaya in Kensington High Street, and Como Garden, which opened next to Zuaya last year and serves “Italian tapas”.
El Norte references the villas of northern Spain frequented by wealthy Madrileños in its oak and stone interiors and olive colour scheme, while the menu features dishes from across the country, including Andalucia and Madrid. Expect "a sharing-style menu of traditional Spanish dishes with a modern and luxury twist”.
Celebrating Spain’s rich culinary history
Spanish potato omelet with black truffle, extra-virgin olive oil, and poached red onion; Rioja red wine oxtail meatballs; grilled Galician steak with vegetables, and Imperial King Crab with extra-virgin olive oil and garlic.
The El Norte made with Tio Pepe liquor, raspberry vodka, wild berry jam, basil, Prosecco and Agua De Valencia with gin, vodka, orange juice &. Prosecco. There's also a dedicated Sangria menu.