£23 for Three Course Moroccan and Spanish Meal For Two at El Cantara Soho (Up to 61% Off)
- Three-storey Moroccan and Spanish fusion restaurant
- Between Tottenham Court and Picadilly Circus tube stations
- Open seven days a week
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Starters include Spanish cheese board and pan-fried sausage
- Mains include lamb tagine and seafood paella
- Desserts include baklava and churros with chocolate sauce
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 2 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Sat midday-1am; Sun midday-midnight. Max. table size 10 people. Must be 16 or older with valid ID. Valid for starter up to £6.95, main up to £17.50, dessert up to £4.95. Excludes drinks and service charge. Meat board starter and cheese platter dessert not included.
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When it comes to eating out, some people eat lamb and mutton else. Broaden your horizons with today’s Groupon: £23 for a three course Moroccan and Spanish meal for two at El Cantara Soho.
A three-storey traditional taverna located in the thumping heart of the capital, El Cantara Soho stirs together sizzling Moroccan and Spanish fare, a shisha terrace and mosaic and arabesque-adorned decor. The establishment pays homage to Marrakesh and Andalusia with its terracotta-toned walls, rustic furnishings, and traditional artwork, and leaves diners spoilt for choice with authentic offerings in the shape of home-made tagines, tapas, and paella dishes. Upstairs the private shisha terrace, infused with cushioned sofas and flickering candlelight, serves as a focal point for social rendezvous.
Fusion feasts could begin with a selection of Spanish cheeses, home-made jam, and crusty bread (£6.95), or pan-fried spicy sausage cooked in tomato sauce (£5.25), before making way for the medley of main courses. Moroccan influences could include the lamb tagine, dressed with cinnamon, honey, prunes, and almonds (£14.50), or chicken skewers marinated in garlic and lemon juice (£12.50). Spicing up tastebuds, Spanish dishes may include chicken and spicy sausage paella (£13.90), or mixed seafood served with rice, tangy tomato salsa, and a yoghurt dip (£17.50). Finally, palates will be sweetened with a dessert, such as baklava with almonds, pistachios, and walnuts (£4.95).
El Cantara has received many positive reviews, and is rated a commendable 3.5/5 by TripAdvisors. While some diners encountered a wait for service, reviewers celebrate the welcoming atmosphere, quality of cuisine and personnel. In addition, the eatery has attracted favourable reviews from publications including Marie Claire and Tatler Restaurant Guide.
Service was good, there is a good selection of tapas dishes, and the ambience just right. Will definitely visit again, perhaps next time for a more leisurely meal.
– Rob_Andersson_UK, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012
We passed this restaurant while on our way to somewhere else. It caught our eye and returned there the next evening for dinner. Glad we made a reservation as it filled up that night. We shared a few small plates and enjoyed them all. Decent wine selections. Overall a good experience.
– 3NolesMom, TripAdvisor, Aug 2011