Spanish Restaurant La Mancha To Close

The tapas restaurant will shut its doors later this month


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The owners of Spanish tapas restaurant La Mancha, on Chiswick High Road, have announced that the restaurant will close on Sunday August 23rd, which will be their last day of trading.

It is the second independently owned restaurant in Chiswick to announce its closure this week- on Monday Sam Harrison announced that Sam's Brasserie was closing after ten years and was being sold to the owners of Hawksmoor and Foxlow.

Spanish Restaurant La Mancha To Close

La Mancha relocated from Putney to Chiswick two years ago. The restaurant served regional dishes from Andalucía focusing on tapas and cava, as well as its signature paella.

The owner, Salvatore Cricchio commented, "It is with regret that La Mancha will close after two years in Chiswick. We will truly miss the area and serving traditional Spanish tapas & Cava to our wide range of customers. During this sad time, we can only hope to receive support from our great customers we have built from over the years".

"We have had a wonderful two years in Chiswick and it has been a pleasure getting to know you. To have grown such a loyal following from the day we opened in Putney, to when we moved to Chiswick, has been fantastic.

"As a family owned restaurant, it will be hard saying goodbye to the restaurant and Chiswick. Over the years, La Mancha and the team have worked hard to build an authentic Spanish restaurant."

Service will continue as usual until Sunday 23 August, with Mondays opening from 6pm.

Sunday and Monday offer of 25% off total bill after 5pm will still apply.

August 5, 2015

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