Although Monsieur Georges is situated in Place St Georges, it is secluded from the main square with plants and vegetation. The outdoor seating by the entrance initially looks fairly small but then there is additional seating over the grass way.
An impromptu weekday evening out led us to dinner at La Lluna. It had come at the right time as when a day has been a bit of a trying one, the time with special close friends helps wonders.
The great thing about tapas is that you can have as many or as little dishes as you want. A snack was needed to tie me over so a couple of things were ordered at Lateral.
Salvador and Amanda is a Spanish restaurant focussing on tapas. It has more of a bar like informal environment. There are small booth sections on the raised levels. The little white washed alcoves have cushioned seating and small buffets.
It was a little daunting to introduce the family to a new cuisine. Personally, I am a big fan of Spanish food but I wasn’t sure if my mom would like it, even though she said that it would be fine.
A close friend’s birthday gathering brought us all together for a tapas evening at Camino. Starting off in the bar area was a good way to start the birthday celebrations.
For a lively Friday night out with the combination of tasty food and some dancing, The Cuban will not disappoint. The Cuban has the hip location of being in The Stables part of Camden Market.
The striking orange walls, bright colourful cushions and wall artefacts make La Tasca have a warm and rustic feel to it. Being at La Tasca would definitely brighten anybody’s day.