Fernandez and Wells 5

Mar 21, 2012 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Spanish
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Fernandez and Wells

Fernandez and Wells

Let’s start my set of reviews for Whatsforlunch.co.uk with a bold statement: If you haven’t been to Fernandez and Wells before, you haven’t lived.

This is simply the best place to visit for some authentic Spanish fare with warm service, delicious wine and uncomplicated food.

Everything about this place is simple and rustic, with a focus on the quality and flavour. It won’t win awards for flashy tables because it’s basically just one big bar serving traditional charcuterie with charm in typical Spanish unrushed, friendly environment.

Make sure you add this place to your bucket list

A word of advice, don’t go here on a empty stomach. There’s little in the way of a “main course” just lots of flavoursome nibbles that will keep you sipping the selection of wines they import each week.Order the Meat Board and spend time to enjoy the delicate delights of their specialist cured meats.

Meat board

Meat board

Oh and one more thing… Make sure you add this place to your bucket list, the amazing food will justify my initial bold statement and you will be better off because of it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fernandez and Wells

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Address

43 Lexington Street
London, Greater London W1F 9AL

Telephone 020 7734 1546
Website

http://www.fernandezandwells.com

Nearest tube

Piccadilly Circus

Price

Set aside £15 – £20 per person for a decent selection of charcuterie and drinks

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  • I tried this place on your recommendation, and I must say I was sorely disappointed. Thumbs down, the charcuterie was totally flavourless. This place is style over substance if you ask me.

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