José Pizarro to launch Little José at Street Feast

30 March 2017 by
José Pizarro to launch Little José at Street Feast

Spanish chef José Pizarro is launching a fourth restaurant, Little José, in London's Canary Wharf next month.

Set to open 6 April, Little José will be a tiny tapas bar at Street Feast's new venue in Crossrail Place.

The restaurant will serve tapas including Ibérico pork meatball sub with manchego, crispy fried squid ‘boca' with aioli, spicy prawn fritters with lime mayo, patatas bravas, Padrón peppers and a daily-changing tortilla. It will open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and will also serve cava, wines, sherries and gin and tonic.

Street Feast is a group of street food markets, with locations already in Dalston, Lewisham, Canada Water, Battersea and Bermondsey.

Pizarro has three other tapas restaurants across London: José Tapas Bar and Pizarro Restaurant in Bermondsey, and José Pizarro Broadgate.

Pizarro said: "My customers love José, with its cosy feel and its simple small plates. I wanted to recreate that vibe here at Little José - but also take the traditionally boring lunchtime ‘sandwich' and give it a 21st century makeover. I really hope people will love it as much as I already do."

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