Dehesa

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25 Ganton Street, London W1F 9BP
Latest critic review: May 13, 2008
Critics' score: 6 out of 10




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Marina O'Loughlin Metro
Reviewed on May 13, 2008
"I like Dehesa (Spanish for grazing meadow where these lovely pigs do roam). If only for those really real chips and the white-and-green asparagus given musky va-voom with black truffle, is both English and seasonal - OK?" READ REVIEW
Critic's score: 6
Terry Durack Independent
Reviewed on February 10, 2008
"Dehesa is a classy little place that swells the ranks of casual, produce-led Spanish-influenced diners such as Barrafina, Moro and Tapas Brindisa. Likeable and easy-going, it makes the produce the star, supported by personable service and usable wine options." READ REVIEW
Critic's score: 7
Jan Moir Are You Ready To Order?
Reviewed on February 07, 2008
"Overall, Dehesa has a lot going for it. People love these kind of grazing menus, there are many vibrant, interesting tapas and the restaurant’s selection of hams and charcuterie is top class. In an otherwise arid area, it is an excellent venue for groups of friends to meet in the West End without spending a fortune or succumbing to the grot of the local pubs." READ REVIEW
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Critic's score: 6
Andy Hayler Andy Hayler's Restaurant Guide
Reviewed by February 07, 2008
"Sourdough bread with aioli has been mocked elsewhere for its cost (after all, this is just a bit of toast) but used good bread and, which is perhaps the point, came with a really excellent aioli (3/10)." READ REVIEW
Critic's score: 3
Fay Maschler Evening Standard
Reviewed on February 06, 2008
"Figs roasted in sherry come with burnt lemon ice-cream, which is a brilliant flavour; citrus caramelised, intensified. I thought it was nice that some cantucci-like biscuits - but with a bit of chocolate thrown in - came (unasked) with the coffee but I noticed later that they appeared on the bill at £2.75. A slice of grilled sourdough bread is £2.75. Little things can add a lot to the bill." READ REVIEW
Critic's score: 6
Andrew Stafell Time Out
Reviewed on January 30, 2008
"If you're yet to develop a taste for the Spanish pleasure of a plate of ham with a glass of sherry, this is a good place to start." READ REVIEW
Critic's score: 6.5
Dos Hermanos Dos Hermanos
Reviewed on January 16, 2008
"I liked the room and the food was tasty but I just felt I was part of a bean counting operation." READ REVIEW
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Critic's score: 6
 





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Address25 Ganton Street, London W1F 9BP
Telephone number 020 7494 4170
trainOxford Circus
Opening timesTapas: Mon - Fri 12 - 3pm / 5 - 11pm, Sat 12 - 11pm, Sun 12 - 5pm Brunch: Sat 2 - 3:30pm, Sun 12 - 5pm
• Private dining available

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