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Est. 1996

Issue 232

April 2016

Review - Pachama, Marylebone

 

 

 

 

Pachamama is a Peruvian-inspired bar & restaurant in Marylebone that is dedicated to making the most of the extraordinary ingredients, available in the UK.

The dishes on the seasonally-changing menu are designed to share, featuring fresh seafood, vibrant vegetables and charcoal-grilled meats. Dedicated to experimentation and innovation, the kitchen frequently introduce new dishes and continue to surprise and delight even our most frequent diners.

From Tuesday to Sunday from 12, we serve our daytime menu featuring signature dishes like seabass ceviche with samphire and radish and 'London's best burger', the 'pan con chicharron'. New dishes for winter include 'Pollo a la Brasa' or 'Peruvian' roast chicken, also a twist on traditional fish & chips with lemon sole and Peruvian tartar sauce.

The bar centres around Pisco, the national spirit of Peru, and displays jars of infusions with ingredients from the kitchen such as fennel, beetroot and rhubarb. Taking a sophisticated twist on classics, the cocktail menu, along with our bartenders, will seduce and charm until late.

Pachamama London 18 Thayer Street W1U 3JY +44 (0)20 7935 9393

PACHAMAMA FEAST MENU

SNACKS - Padrón peppers Beef short-rib croquettas Brown crab and yuca churros SEA Cornish seabass, samphire, radish, Tiger's Milk Yellowtail tuna, XO, yuzu ponzu, pickled potatoes Hake tamale, chimichurri Ají truffles & fig alfajores Dishes are designed to be shared and are delivered when ready

LAND Crispy lamb belly, jalapeño, miso 'Duck on Rice' Polluelo a la brasa, lemon thyme salad

SOIL Mushroom 'carapulcra' Fried aubergine, smoked yoghurt, pecans Plantain, yacon syrup, feta, black olive

SWEETS Aji Truffles and Fig alfajores

In a spacious basement with very nice and polite service. Tapas kind of eating and sharing method is great. All small portions very tasty. Peruvian Red wine also great in taste. Good food friendly but average service and has potential but possible not as Peruvian as some might be expecting.

 

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