Updated March 2017
Sahumo is the first person singular of the Spanish verb sahumar – to scent with smoke. You notice this lovely light smoky fragrance as you walk into the charming tapas bar area, which leads into the first dining room. Although the menu isn’t extensive it does cover a lot of bases. There are cold and hot starters, rice and pasta dishes, a couple of fish main courses and then… MEAT. Half a dozen fabulous meat options including Iberian pork, lamb and Galician beef. You can also get a gorgeous selection of wood-grilled vegetables. We’ve tried the presa Ibérica accompanied by papas arrugá and mojo picón, and once in a moment of madness also ordered a whole kilo of Galician beef. Which was spectacular. Every bite of it. On another visit we tried the beef entrecôte, which was also outstanding.
The latest news is that chef Dario has now created a tapas menu! Which is great news for me because, although I don’t think the prices here are unjustified, it’s certainly more than I could afford on a regular basis. We loved the marinated salmon, seabass with smoky hummus and the seafood spaghetti is wonderful (also available as a main dish). I have to say I am both charmed and impressed by Sahumo. Check it out.
Bread/Service Charge: 1.50€ PER PERSON
Tel 609 11 52 22
Open 13.30 – 16.30 / 20.00 – 11.30 Tuesday – Saturday
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Food 9 | Wine 8 | Service 8 | Ambiance 8
grilled mixed vegetables
croquetas de puchero
corvina (sea bass) with smoky hummus
seabass and avocado tartare
char-grilled octopus with truffle parmentier
presa Ibérica a la brasa
lamb chops with pisto
papas arrugá with mojo picón
Galician beef entrecôte with rosemary potatoes
wood-grilled presa Ibérica with papas arrugá and mojo picón
a KILO of Galician beef chuletón, grilled over wood-burning BBQ
new tapas menu!
gorgeous floor tiles
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Updated March 2017