Last saturday ten of us went to Luzi Bombon which was perfect for drinks and dinner. Acting as the ideal appetizer for a long night ahead, with a late night bar and DJ to start up your weekend. Personally, the Mediterranean brasserie was my highlight, being able to choose fish, beef, pork or poultry to be cooked up on the grill (alternatively a few people had a two-person ‘arroz’.) We all ate with an variation of small sides and shared smaller plates to start! The food became a focus, leading to discussions over what people felt was nicest etc- I like the sense of unity tapas cuisine creates.
Interior-wise I would describe the aesthetic is as a combination of furnishings from the 1950’s with clean, crisp block furnishings; wooden walls, simple textiles and dynamic lines. The way the restaurant is lit focuses on the materials, creating a warm, inviting atmosphere. The outside garden area surrounding the modern building provide a picturesque entrance, giving you the option to enter through a large iron and glass door, or take a more subtle entrance through a chic wooden access door at the side of the building. For me, the restaurant feels very ‘of the moment’ and it has a nice atmosphere, it is not suprising that the Beckham’s really rate this place. Similarly, on the football front we were sat in front of, Sergio Ramos who really seemed to be enjoying himself. I would definitely recommend going here, great atmosphere, environment and all at reasonable cost.