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The 17 different regions of Spain deliver much in the way of diversity – from food to culture and landscape to traditions. This year, as we celebrate our 10th anniversary, we wanted to take the opportunity to pay homage to our homeland and all that it has to offer. Each month, we will transport our guests to a different region.
In May we’re visiting the region of Castilla-La Mancha. Known for its windmills and ruined castles, Castilla-La Mancha is the third largest region of Spain. The landscape is contrasting; from the peaks of the Montes de Toledo to vast expanses of flat plain. The region holds much beauty, and the Old City of Toledo is a World Heritage Site. Food is simple and rustic, with stews and game being popular and of course, Manchego cheese. Vineyards grow across the region and excellent wines are produced.
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Special food & drink menus
Food is rustic, with stews and game being popular and of course Manchego cheese. Our May specials reflect this in Bacalao ajoarriero, salted cod, black garlic and herring roe as well as Ensalada de perdiz, partridge in escabeche and Pierna de cordero al horno (leg of slow cooked milk fed lamb).
Don’t miss our Manchego tasting board featuring five artisan cheeses from 3rd generation producers Gomez Moreno. All pair perfectly with our guest wines from select Castilla-La Mancha wineries.
View our Castilla-La Mancha food & drink menu here.
This May, we are proud to be supporting the Grade Linnit’s production of Man of La Mancha, showing at the London Coliseum from 26th April until 8th June 2019. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and Instagram for details on how you can enter our competition to win two tickets to Man of La Mancha and a meal for two at Ibérica.
We are very proud to have been supported by the Castilla-La Mancha Tourist Board, as we celebrate the region of Castilla-La Mancha across all of our restaurants this May. We would like to thank this organisation for its involvement and helping us to understand more about this hugely important and diverse part of Spain.