Eyre Brothers Restaurant
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- Stick the pig, Eat the pig. Greet the Pig. Obey the pig. Iberia I love you.
- Great selection of Spanish and Portuguese staples. The wine choice feels a bit limited, but all the food was excellent. Take my advice, I was born in the Iberian Peninsula.
- Chargrilled Pork (Time Out London's 100 Best Dishes)
- Try the Lamb With White Beans
- You have to love a restaurant where the pork and foie gras are so amazing that my vegetarian boyfriend rethinks his dietary choices. And the wait staff (especially Chris) is amazing, very non-London.
- One of the best restaurants in East London - brilliant wine list, great food, relaxed atmosphere. You have to try it.
- The octopus as a main was really good
- Best croquetas I have ever eaten in my life!!! Love this place. Never too busy. Perfect for a nice evening out, planned last minute.
- Fabulous food and cool decor. The bar area has more atmosphere than the dining room. Loved the courgette with mint
- Always enjoy a dinner at this Iberian restaurant. Particularly good for meat, although fish and tapas are also excellent. The cellar, not too shabby either.
- Amazing pork
- Delicious crema catalana with roast peach!
- One of the best iberian restaurants in London.
- Not once that Eyre have let me down. From the simple Portuguese/Spanish roots to the refined glass of wine/tapas combi.
- Check out Eyre Brothers as seen on Food Paradise
- The traditional Portuguese dishes -- Cataplana de Porco Alentejano (pork with clams), Pasteis de Bacalhau (codfish fritters), and Pastel de Nata (egg custard tarts) are perfectly done.
- Amazing menu!! Pork, pigeon, lamb, whatever you want! The ambiance is also great. Good place to eat for the grown and sexy set in Shoreditch
- Great food, amazing service. You should totally try Carne de Porco a Alentejana, it was delicious...
- Service was exemplary. And they really care about the dining experience. My aunt chose poorly and didn't like her dish. They took it off the bill without us mentioning anything. Highly recommended!
- Iberico pork is definitely worth trying. Excellent wines - Duas Quintas for red and Verdejo for white.