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Morito Seafood Festival 2014

From 6th October to 19th October, Morito will be offering a specially created seafood tasting menu with matching sherries, including some of the restaurant’s most popular tapas, from crab & oloroso montadito to fritura of rose shrimp & chipirones and a new haul of dishes including a delicious scallop ceviche with marinated seaweed, dill & cucumber and slow cooked cuttlefish with preserved lemon & chilli.


 Cumbrae oyster 2.50


boquerones, potato crisps

& smoked paprika 5.00


salt cod croquetas & alioli 4.50


we recommend a glass of tio pepe fino 2.50




sherry cured salmon &

saffron bread 6.00


salt cod, tomato, marjoram &

black olive salad 5.50


fritura of rose shrimp & chipirones,

sumac & alioli 9.50


we recommend a glass of manzanilla en rama 3.75




crab & oloroso montadito 8.50


fried mussels & pine nut tarator 5.00


braised cuttlefish, preserved lemon &

green chilli 7.00


halibut, pink fir potatoes & panceta 8.00


we recommend a glass of

antique amontillado 6.00



Morito app launched!

Free iPhone and iPad app available now in the App Store


Having just published, Morito, their stunning new cookbook "the most sociable cookbook of the year", the Sams have now launched the Morito App, for iPhone and iPad.  The app features 24 of their favourite dishes, with interactive features, alongside an exclusive reportage-style travel section.

Beautifully designed and produced, Morito: Inspirational Tapas & Mezze is the foodie app of the year!

Red Pepper Tortilla

Red peppers add sweetness and colour to a tortilla.  Perfect with a Gilda and a glass of fino sherry.


See the full recipe here.


Feel the vibrancy of Morito the restaurant, in your own home, with Morito The Cookbook by Sam and Sam Clark, out now.

Prawn Tortillitas

No, not tortillas. Tortillitas are crisp fritters made with chickpea flour.

Feel the vibrancy of Morito the restaurant, in your own home, with Morito The Cookbook by Sam and Sam Clark, out now.

PX Espresso Martini

Dark, luxurious, rich, complex - this is like coffee, dessert and digestif all rolled into one.

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Huevos Rotos

We had the strangest experience when we visited our egg supplier. We were chatting with the farmer, asking such questions as, 'Can I see what the chickens are fed on?' and, 'How fresh can we expect the eggs to be?' when he unexpectedly opened a side-door in his office, directly on to his barn where lots of chickens were waddling around. He said, 'Put out your hand,' and a hen promptly laid a warm egg into Samuel's palm. Although comical, we found the moment surprisingly touching. Now, with each tortilla we make, we can't help but think of the miracle each egg represents.


Feel the vibrancy of Morito the restaurant, in your own home, with Morito The Cookbook by Sam and Sam Clark, out now

Spiced Lamb, Aubergine and Mint

We found this Turkish recipe while watching videos on YouTube. It is an excellent way of learning about real, home-cooked food, and as it is a visual medium it doesn’t matter about the language barrier.


North African warka dough is a little fiddly to make but worth it for the delicacy of the pastry. You can use single filo sheets instead, if practice and time are limited.


Feel the vibrancy of Morito the restaurant, in your own home, with Morito The Cookbook by Sam and Sam Clark, out this May.


Every year in Jerez there is a feria, a civic celebration of sherry on a massive scale. Imagine a combination of music festival and village fete at which almost every stall or stage is a sherry bar of one kind or another. This was the setting for Moro's 15th-anniversary staff knees-up and for many of us an unforgettable and intoxicating introduction to the rebujito. It is a fantastic summer drink - cool, refreshing and delicious. At Morito we mix them individually but there is no reason why you can't make up big jugs for a barbecue, picnic or party.


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Streets of Spain

Streets of Spain 2014

2nd-5th of May

Southbank Centre


Celebrated Spanish wine brand, Campo Viejo, is bringing the atmosphere, colours and tastes of Spain to the streets of London with its Streets of Spain festival - a four-day celebration of modern Spanish wine, food, culture and art.


Morito will be alongside market-stall owners from the world famous La Boqueria as they offer their delicious produce direct from Barcelona's Las Ramblas. 




Chicharrones de Cadiz (slow cooked pork belly) with lemon and cumin £6.50


Spiced lamb with hummus, chopped salad, seasoned yoghurt and chilli butter £7


Beetroot borani with feta, dill and walnuts £4


Patatas pobres with bacalao £7


Morito Cookbook Promotion (now finished)

We're getting pretty excited about Morito's new cookbook, which is released on 1 May 2014.


So excited, in fact, that if you pre-order a copy we’ll give you a £5 discount off your bill when dining at Morito until the 30th of April.  Just bring in a printed or digital copy of your purchase receipt to receive the discount.


The small print...

- Offer applies to all books pre-ordered before 1 May 2014

- Offer able to be redeemed for up to six months from date of purchase

- £5 discount against a minimum total spend of £15

- One redemption per person

- Maximum of 250 £5 discounts


Morito can be pre-ordered online from the following outlets:

Random House




Book Depository





Morito Cookbook

Morito has been serving delicious and innovative tapas and mezze in the heart of London’s Exmouth Market for over three years.

Described by Times critic Giles Coren as “simultaneously supercool and modest, and as much like a brilliant little backstreet place in Spain as you’ll find in this country”, Sam and Sam Clark’s little gem of a tapas bar packs a big culinary punch, attracting critical acclaim and constant queues.


Now, with the publication of its first cookbook, Morito, the tapas bar's small plates can be cooked and eaten at home.  

Photographed over the course of two years, often by members of the Morito team, the pages of the book invite you in to celebrate and share the spe
cial character and atmosphere of Morito, which people often say 'hits you like a wall of joy'.


In the words of Sam and Sam, the aim of the Morito cookbook is to inspire you to “cook and eat and wonderful tapas and mezze… The unique atmosphere this brings to the table should be a part of everyone's life. There is something inherently joyful and social about eating in this way. Thousands of possible food combinations lie within this book, none of which is wrong as long as you are happy.”


Morito will be released on 1 May 2014. You can preorder your copy now.

Morito at Wilderness

We're really excited to announce that Morito will join Moro at the this year's Wilderness festival, 7-10 August.  The Morito pop-up will set up shop next to Moro's Souk tent. 


Mixing together the absolute cream of the crop in music, food, theatre and the literary arts across four days in August, Wilderness - rightfully hailed as one of the most idyllic, eclectic and gloriously paradisiacal events on the festival calendar - returns to the dazzling environs of Cornbury Park, deep in the heart of Oxfordshire.  Festival tickets are available here.


More details on the Morito pop-up to follow soon.