Experience a traditional Calçotada
at Ibérica Canary Wharf
The Calçotada is a winter-time Catalan food festival that revolves around eating of calçots (giant spring onions), drinking Cava and wine serving from porrones (carafes).
Traditionally the calçots are grilled or barbequed, their tough outers are peeled off and then the tender middle is dipped in ‘salsa de calçots’ or romesco sauce and eaten – in fact, lowered into the mouth in one go. Grilled meats usually follow and the food is accompanied by Cava and red wine.
Calçotadas can get quite messy (but that’s part of the fun) and bibs are usually worn.
Tickets are £35 per person and include the menu for the evening served sharing-style and a glass of Cava.
Please note, tickets are for a shared table.
Chargrilled calçots with romesco sauce
Enjoyed with Vilarnau Brut Reserva
Butifarra with Catalan trinxat
Selection of grilled Ibérico pork meats:
pluma & secreto Confit red peppers from León Skinny chips
Crema Catalana foam with apple baked in cider, salted caramel ice cream