This intimate Warburton Lane establishment, accessible from the street through two heavy red rolling doors, does not take its menu lightly. The rich, predominantly Spanish-based tapas menu was designed to be shared, a philosophy facilitated by the large central communal table. On the upper level patrons overlook their lane-level counterparts. As the name suggests, the eatery’s other focus is jamon (dry-cured Spanish ham). The three types on offer are sliced on premises and are strongly represented on the menu. For such a diminutive space the wine list is ample and reflects establishment’s international fare. Portello Rosso seats 70 so bookings are recommended. Group bookings are also welcome - there are two ample banquet menu options available to service larger parties.
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- $65 per person
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