Pata Negra

3.5
1 review
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Tapas / Small Plates
Pata Negra is a bustling, Spanish tapas & wine bar in the heart of Bristol’s Old City. Literally meaning, ‘Black Hoof’ the name, Pata Negra, refers to the finest Jamon Iberico, produced from free range Black Iberian pigs, fed on acorns (Bellota), and cured for 36 months. Needless to say, cured meats are a particular focus for us. You’ll also find a regularily changing menu of seasonal tapas dishes, fresh seafood, vegetarian dishes & a short but sweet dessert menu. Our wine selection focuses on the many & diverse regions of the Iberian Peninsula, plus a few from further afield we just couldn’t leave out!
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Dined on 22 June 2019
Overall 2food 3service 3ambience 4

A little disappointing! When we arrived the host had no idea that we had a reservation (I had to show them the email from open table to confirm), disappointing as me and my partner were celebrating our anniversary and pata negra was where we had our first date. We also didn’t get everything that we ordered but were still charged for it.