Pan-Asian Tapas: £20 for £40 Worth of Modern Japanese Sushi and Tapas Dishes For Two at Tapasia (50% Off)
- Second West End restaurant from owners of Tsunami
- Modern Japanese tapas and sushi dishes
- Old Compton Street location
- Open midday to midnight seven days a week
- £20 for £40 worth of food and drink for two people
- Choose anything from the menu
- Tapas dishes include shichimi pork belly, and steamed clams
- Mains include roasted Chilean sea bass, and beef tataki salad
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 3 per table. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Original values verified 3 August 2012 at 12.03pm.
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Seafood is known for its gymnastic abilities, boasting flying fish, salmon rolls, and shellfish flexing their mussels. Limber up for dynamic eating with today’s Groupon: £20 for £40 towards pan-Asian fare for two people at Tapasia.
Crafting fanciful morsels of octopus and skewers of dynamite beef, Tapasia is the second West End venture from the team behind Tsunami. The chefs blend together the warm-hearted sharing format of Spanish tapas with fine-tuned Japanese flavours, concocting elegant appetisers and inventive mains courses.
Dining pairs can stroll up Old Compton Street in Soho towards this modern eatery, where they are granted £40 worth of food and drink. The menu allows guests to select edamame beans (£3.50) to start, before welcoming tapas dishes such as gochijang barbeque pork, or razor clams ponzu (both £6.50). Grabbing a side of steamed jasmine rice (£2.50) if so inclined, visitors can also go the whole hog with deluxe mains of black cod with miso, or roasted Chilean sea bass (both £12.50). Yuzu kosho jumbo tiger prawns (£8.50) and roasted scallops with vegetable fondu (£9.50) also await tantalised tastebuds, while and almond crusted foie gras (£8.50) and grilled beef skewers (£9.00) provide a tempting alternative for meat lovers.
Tapasia has attracted largely favourable reviews, and receives a super 4/5 from ViewLondon. While opinions on atmosphere vary, reviewers praise the innovative and flavoursome cuisine, as well as the attentive personnel.
Tapasia succeeds at understated, beautiful and well-thought out combinations. And even though some might accuse it of missing the small plate bandwagon by a country mile, it's still more than worth a visit.
– ViewLondon, Aug 2012