London’s Belgravia-based restaurant Tapas 37 recently launched its Spring menu with an expanded selection of French-inspired tapas dishes. Tapas 37 is the flagship of Eccleston Square Hotel, one of the world’s most high-tech boutique hotels. The kitchen is led by head chef Matt Laville, who has trained under the likes of Gordon Ramsay and has worked at Arzak in San Sebastian.
The new menu is sectioned by “Nibbles”, “Mini Tartines”, “Vegetarian”, “Fish”, and “Meat”, all served in an intimate, classically-appointed dining area. Previous dishes remaining on the Spring menu include the de-constructed beef bourguignon
, crispy stuffed courgette
flower with truffle honey, and smoked ham and cheese croquettes.
Some of the new menu’s highlights include: nibbles such as a cookie-style olive fougasse with balsamic butter and the croque monseiur; mini tartines that include French onion gratin, lobster Thermidor, and a foie gras parfait with onion marmalade; vegetarian dishes like a smoked cheese soufflé, charred asparagus, beurre noisette ice cream, and toasted brioche crumbs and a baked Camembert and pear dish; fish options such as a bouillabaisse, with Gruyere, and aioli; tuna ceviche “Nicoise”; gambas with chili and garlic; and the meat category features a foie gras Ferrero Rocher, stick pork beignet, and a stuffed quail with prune purée.
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