New tapas menu inspired by Spanish heritage

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Rooftop bar Radio at ME London hotel is to introduce a new tapas menu inspired by the Spanish heritage of its owners.

It will feature traditional dishes from Spain’s main culinary regions including salt cod fritters from Murcia, white asparagus with aioli from Navarra, paprika, garlic and lemon lamb skewers from Andalucía, and cider-soaked chorizo from Asturias.

The menu, served up by chef Barry Vera, also offers more contemporary twists on tapas such as black olive and bitter chocolate tapenade, deep-fried courgette flowers stuffed with goats curd and slathered in truffle honey, and blue cheese-stuffed dates wrapped in pancetta.

Dubbed “Tapas Con Vistas” or “Tapas With Views”, the new menu comes out of the Spanish background of Meliá Hotels International which owns the hotel. The bar, operated by The One Group, offers 180-degree views of London.

The menu will be available from midday to closing time.

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