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London: Salvador and Amanda Opens for Drinks, Tapas, Fine Dining and Fiesta

Salvador & Amanda Bloomsbury is now open, offering an inimitable mix of food, drink and Baleriac beats.
 
The latest in a long line of inspired openings by Eric Yu, whose Breakfast Group portfolio includes the likes of Opium, Jerusalem, Punk and The Social, this vibrant new venue offers a real taste of Spain but with a cool twist.
 
Fine dining restaurant Cadaqués and a buzzing downstairs tapas bar, both presided over by brilliant chef Rubén Darío Estrella (Salt Yard), are complemented by a spectacular Spanish-styled drinks menu and sets from some of the capital’s hottest DJs.
 
Open Monday to Saturday from noon until late, Salvador & Amanda promises specials every day - from a retro paella night through to fiery flamenco. Add into the mix a 3am closing time on Fridays and Saturdays and Salvador & Amanda Bloomsbury really is the place for fiesta.
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