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Small Plates with Incredible Value – El Gato Negro, Exchange Flags

For diners looking for small plates with big flavour this January, El Gato Negro promises to deliver with a special dining incentive.

For diners looking for small plates with big flavour this January, El Gato Negro promises to deliver with a special dining incentive.

Continuing the season of good will into the new year, the acclaimed Exchange Flags restaurant is inviting guests to enjoy three small plates for just £18 when dining Tuesday to Friday*.  The offer presents incredible value, with diners encouraged to book in advance to secure their place at the beautiful venue. 

And with the extension of Tipsy Tapas – El Gato Negro’s exclusive take on a bottomless brunch, there’s no excuse not to continue the celebrations into the new year.  The special event, which invites diners to enjoy three small plates and select unlimited drinks for 90-minutes for just £38pp, is available from 12pm to 4pm every Saturday throughout January.  Advance bookings are encouraged to avoid disappointment.

El Gato Negro Exchange Flags is open Monday – Sunday 12:00 late (last sitting 22:00). Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are advised to avoid disappointment. The restaurant will be closed on both Christmas Day and Boxing Day and on January 1st-3rd, reopening on January 4th

* Three for £18 is available all-day Tuesday to Thursday and 12pm to 5pm every Friday throughout January.  For a full list of T&C’s and information on applicable party sizes please visit the restaurant website.

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