Enjoy a evening of Pintxos (Spanish canapes style) Although they are similar to tapas, generally speaking, pintxos are smaller. The name comes from the Spanish verb “pinchar” meaning to poke or stab. Historically, pintxos used to be served on a small slice of bread and have a toothpick piercing them through the middle (thereof the name). However, with the evolution of Basque cuisine, pintxos have become much more diverse and these days only some of them are pierced to a piece of bread, I hope you enjoy eating them as much I will enjoy cooking them for you.
Please choose 8 dishes from the following selection.
Anchovy / Piquillo pepper / olive
Ibérico ham / confit tomato / Spanish tortilla
Blue cheese and walnut croquette
Wild mushroom croquette
Roast mackerel and sour cream
Cured ham / Date / cream cheese
Goat cheese / Quince gel / walnut
Tuna Tartare / roast padrón peppers / spring onions
King prawn / smoked mayo / jersey potatoes
Mediterranean roast veg / Quail egg
Chick pea / curried Spinach / confit cherry tomatoes
Cured Ham / roast peas / Manchego Cheese
Artichoke duo / candy beetroot
Selection of traditional charcutterie and cheese
Fry padron peppers / orange honey
Ox cheek croquette
Tuna sofrito / filo pastry
Jersey royal / smoked mayo / black garlic
Confit Cod / Piquillo Pepper puree
Burnt leek / Mojo
Roast fennel / lemon gel / thyme
This is just a example of what I can do but the are many variations and flavours, don't hesitate to ask for different options depending on your taste.