• First Tuesday Networking June 2019
    June 4, 2019
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us for First Tuesday Networking at the fabulous Zuaya which has raised the bar for Latin American food with its adventurous plates, beautifully crafted cocktails, show-stopping interiors and buzzy ambiance.

Spanish twins, Alberto and Arian Zandi, have created an exciting restaurant and bar that showcases their passion for Latin cuisine with all its vibrancy, fresh and zingy flavours as well as their love of design. The team, from the charming front of house to the kitchen brigade, have been handpicked by the Zandi brothers from some of the world’s best restaurants to ensure Zuaya delivers not only on food, drink and
service, but has a fun, lively and contemporary vibe.

Interpreting their vision for the food, is Head Chef Francisco Lafee (El Celler de Can Roca, Martin Berasategui, Barrafina), with dishes that take diners from the ceviches of Peru and the street food of Mexico to the stews of Brazil, with a touch of modern European inspiration. Designed for sharing, dishes feature punchy, unusual flavour combinations like the ceviche la brasa with sea bream, red onion, Peruvian corn, sweet potato ice cream and rocoto tiger milk; and the purple taco with spiced lamb shank, smoked pineapple and coriander.

 

 

Venue:  

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Address:
35 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5BA

Description:
Spanish twins, Alberto and Arian Zandi, have created an exciting restaurant and bar that showcases their passion for Latin cuisine with all its vibrancy, fresh and zingy flavours as well as their love of design. The team, from the charming front of house to the kitchen brigade, have been handpicked by the Zandi brothers from some of the world’s best restaurants to ensure Zuaya delivers not only on food, drink and service, but has a fun, lively and contemporary vibe. Interpreting their vision for the food, is Head Chef Francisco Lafee (El Celler de Can Roca, Martin Berasategui, Barrafina), with dishes that take diners from the ceviches of Peru and the street food of Mexico to the stews of Brazil, with a touch of modern European inspiration.