11 December 2011
dehesa – charcuterie and tapas bar
Named after a unique woodland area in Spain, Dehesa serves appetising Spanish and Italian influenced tapas and wine.
A tiny restaurant just off the famous Carnaby Street. Good luck getting a table here as this is one popular little eatery and for a good reason. They serve a scrummy mix of Spanish and Italian charcuterie and a great selection of fine wines. The décor is quite swanky with a mixture of informal high bench tables and informal low bench tables overlooking the busy street with a more formal dining area to the rear. It’s slick and sophisticated with a rustic twist. A large wooden counter always displays a large leg of the most divine prosciutto and cured meats.
25 Ganton Street
London W1F 9BP
020 7494 4170www.dehesa.co.uk