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In Ealing Broadway's new Dickens Yard development, this Spanish venture with South American influences from its Colombian chef was already a hot ticket locally before a rave review from Giles Coren in The Times brought it to wider attention. The name means "hopscotch" in Spanish.

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9 Dickens Yard, London, W5 2TD

Rayuela Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Rayuela Restaurant in W5, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Rayuela restaurant.
Ronald J
The four of us enjoyed our visit. We arrive...
Reviewed 1 months, 23 days ago

"The four of us enjoyed our visit. We arrived at 6.50pm and quite a few tables were taken. By the time we left just before 9pm it was full for the second sitting. The small plate of Jamon at £14 for 40gr was enjoyed and squid at £15 were very good. I found the salmon tartare in a half of avocado to be lovely - also £14. For mains the lamb cutlets £26 were very tasty. The Iberian pork £28 had a subtle flavour but the sauce was tasty. The grilled "veggies" at £7 were just OK. The patatas bravas were not great at £9.50. They did not stand up to the quality of the rest of the dishes. We have eaten much better elsewhere. We had one portion of cheese cake that we all tasted. It contained goats cheese and we loved it. We did not drink much alcohol - two small glasses of sherry at £12 each and one small glass of wine at £10.50. Service was good. With a service charge of 13.5% the bill per couple was £136.40. Almost all of the food was very good but we felt that overall the meal was a bit expensive. Rayuela is clearly popular and the locals of Ealing are lucky to have this place so close."

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