Camino Bankside Tapas Bar focuses on casual drinking and eating with an open kitchen, prominent bar and jamón counter, where you can sit and enjoy the theatre of Spanish jamón carving. Or take a seat in the Feast Room (mezzanine) overlooking the main restaurant. The sunny south-facing terrace is perfect for al fresco dining.
The innovative menu features a selection of tapas and sharing platters created with the finest Spanish and British ingredients. Special dishes include: pulpo – pan-roasted whole octopus tentacle, purple potatoes, paprika and olive oil; morcilla de Burgos – pan-fried black pudding and spicy alegría peppers; arroz negro – black rice, cuttlefish, squid ink and alioli; charcuterie and artisan cheeses – Idiazabal, Manchego, Ibores; and a whole roasted Segovian style suckling pig, slow roasted with white wine, onions, garlic and herbs. Spanish brunch is served at weekends.
The jamón counter offers a selection of the highest quality hand-carved acorn-fed Ibérico black pig ham from D.O.s Extremadura, Guijuelo, Pedroches and Huelva, cured for a minimum of 32 months, professionally carved by a highly trained ‘cortador de jamón’.
The bar serves a selection of Spanish craft beers alongside Madrid’s famous premium lager Mahou on draft and a Spanish wine list. Camino Tapas Bar is open every day, serving fresh tapas for lunch, dinner and everything in between.