We have the heat, now we can have the tastes and sounds as well because every Tuesday the restaurant will host Monica Guech, a Spanish vocalist and composer who serves up a fusion of Pop Soul, Jazz and Flamenco.

El Norte’s menu takes inspiration from some of Spain’s most popular gastronomic regions, offering a sharing style menu of traditional Spanish dishes with a modern and luxury twist.

The signature Tortilla de Trufa is an ideal dish to kick start any lunch or dinner, then the Basque Rib Eye Steak and Iberian Wagyu Beef Burgers are not to be missed. Wild Tuna Tartare and Galician Grilled Octopus are sure to satisfy seafood fans.. 

El Norte’s extensive wine list offers exceptional regional Spanish wines, or some of the finest global vintages.  Meanwhile, the El Norte’s mixologists have curated an innovative collection of cocktails, from the El Churro (vodka infused with cinnamon, Mozart Choc, Baileys, and Simple Syrup), to the Agua de Valencia (gin, vodka, orange juice and cava) alternatively, there’s Toffee Expresso Martini (gin, toffee, Kahlua, Express and toasted marshmallow).

The restaurant also offers live music throughout the week with new resident DJ, Santiago Perez ever Friday and Saturday night for a mix of Latin influenced house music; from 6.30pm – 1.30 am. 

The restaurant takes inspiration from the Great Villas across Northern Spain, and the décor combines decades of tradition with contemporary touches; here vintage upholstery is mixed with low slung lighting and a marble bar, creating an eclectic environment that remembers its roots whilst embracing its future.