Warm and welcoming, La Cha Cha’s traditional bodega-style decor – featuring exposed brick, natural wood, ironwork and artisan plaster – creates the perfect setting for enjoying delights from the extensive wine list and tasty tapas menu.
With wines from across Spain – Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Rias Biaxas, Rueda, Navarra and more – starting at £16.95 a bottle (£4.95 for a 175ml glass) but ranging up to the Gran Vino Pago de Arinzano at £141.95, there’s bound to be something that suits the palate. Or there are jugs of sangria for that holiday feel plus a host of quality champagnes on offer.
When it comes to the menu, why not try the sizzling garlic chilli prawns, freshly carved Serrano Ham, spicy potatoes with chorizo and eggs from the tapas list or even an oyster or two. With prices starting at £3.50 per tapas plate you can afford to try several.
Or if you fancy something more substantial there is a selection of fish and seafood dishes, salads and gorgeous steaks.