Little Taperia is, plot twist, a little taperia. On a busy stretch of Tooting High Street, this place is a picture perfect south London date spot. Although some of the bigger dishes can lean on the side of slap-dash homemade fare, it’s a great place for a round of sangria, a little candlelit romance, and a lot of jamon. Like, a lot of jamon. The jamon y queso tabla mixta selection is especially good, and the best part is, you can easily have a serious feast here for £35 per person. Yes, that’s including cocktails. Hand-feeding each other churros for dessert is highly encouraged.
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