Food & Drink

Feeding you on Spain's prodigious output

Published On 06/18/2012 Published On 06/18/2012
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1. The Fat of the Land 35 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 9TR (Marylebone)

Marylebone is known for two things: embassies, and the restaurants that guarantee them the privilege of diplomatic obesity. Supporting all that in high Iberian style: The Fat of the Land, a bare-brick-walled Spanish drink/diner where joints of meat teasingly dangle in the windows, ready to be sliced on-demand into deli-style Pata Negra (made from Black Iberian pigs), sweet lomo, spicy cecina, hearty salchichon, cured beef tongue (Tastes just like heaven! Does not come from love cats!), and more that goes great with cheeses like soft tetilla and a manchego trio (red wine, chilli, oregano).