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The Iberian cuisine served at Eyre Brothers Restaurant in Shoreditch, London is innovative with inflections of traditional Mozambican cooking. Guy Dimond from Time Out notes that ‘every dish we tried exceeded our expectations’, whilst Eyre Brothers Restaurant was also a frontrunner in the Carlton Restaurant Awards, ‘Best Iberian’ category.
With 24-hour notice, diners can order salt-baked wild sea bass or bream or a Portuguese-style whole, roast suckling pig. Hefty sharing platters also occupy the Eyre Brothers Restaurant menu, featuring Alentejo-style pork paired with firm, fleshy clams and cooked in a sealed copper cataplana. Seafood stews burst with flavour, marinating in aromatic herbs and fresh rustic vegetables.
Robust oak furnishing complements the clean, white linen tablecloths and stark, minimalist fixtures that decorate the former warehouse. Elegantly carved wooden stools sit in line with the long, gleaming bar that stretches the length of the room, whilst dappled oak panelling and flourishes of greenery underpin the rustic simplicity of Eyre Brothers Restaurant.
On the fringes of trendy Shoreditch, Eyre Brothers Restaurant in London is a 6-minute walk from Shoreditch High Street Rail Station.