La Mancha Paella Challenge

Call in for your free taster and vote for your favourite variety

La Mancha
142 Chiswick High Road
Chiswick, London W4 1PU

And we’re giving you a chance to win a meal for two with a bottle of Cava. Just answer this question;  who said  ‘There is no love sincerer than the love of food’?  When you’ve got it, email it to Sarah Lewis*

*The prize is to be taken before the end of January and excludes New Year’s Eve

La Mancha will be serving complimentary samples of three different varieties of Paella from 12.00 on Sunday 8th December

VALENCIANA Signature Paella with mixed fish, shellfish, pork and chicken

MARINERA Hearty seafood paella, fish and shellfish

VEGETARIANA V Paella with mixed vegetables

We will be asking Chiswick locals for their feedback to determine which Paella is the most popular.

The chefs at La Mancha have a difference of opinion  with one prefering the Marinere and one the Valenciana.

Pop by when out doing your Christmas shopping for your free taster of our Paella Challenge and tell us what you think.

La Mancha, Tapas y Cava is a new Spanish Tapas Restaurant & Bar located in the heart of Chiswick. Salvatore Cricchio wanted to open his restaurant right on the high street to introduce the vibrancy and energy of Spanish culture to the local neighbourhood. As the hype around tapas continues, La Mancha invites customers to enjoy a taste of Spain, offering an authentic selection of traditional dishes. Serving food and drinks all day, La Mancha offers a classically Spanish social dining experience with sharing plates at the heart of their menu.

The menu boasts a wide range of Spanish dishes, accompanied by a predominantly Spanish wine list. La Mancha has been highly praised for its signature slow cooked crispy pork belly with apple sauce, as well as the traditional Spanish dish morcilla de burgos. Among the main dishes, La Mancha’s Paella is particularly popular, as are the daily blackboard specials. Tapas are priced around £3.50 per plate, £13 for main courses and desserts from £3.50 - £5.50.

La Mancha serves traditional Spanish Cava, with glasses from £6.50 and bottles from £24, whilst the house wine costs £4.25 per glass and only £16.50 for a bottle. Other Spanish favourites such as Muga have proven popular.

The interior is reminiscent of the La Mancha region in Spain, which is covered by windmills and farmland. The sails are a prominent theme throughout the restaurant, not forgetting the iron Don Quixote on the wall. The ground floor comprises a 55-seat restaurant, a 10-seater bar and 12 al fresco. There is also a private event space with a maximum of 40 standing people. Equipped with its own bar, this space is perfect for canapé and cocktail parties.

La Mancha is a unique addition to Chiswick High Street. Its lively yet relaxed atmosphere, authentic Spanish food and unrivalled charm is sure to entice local residents and tapas enthusiasts alike.



December 5, 2013