2/05/2013 07:07:00 AM

Celebrate La Mantanza (Pig Slaughtering) at Tramontana Brindisa

‘La Matanza’ - pig slaughtering - is a Spanish tradition carried out by villagers each winter to stock up on food for the colder months. To celebrate this nose-to-tail eating tradition, Tramontana Brindisa in Shoreditch has launched a special menu available until March that offers diners an extensive range of ibérico pork cuts not usually on offer.

On the sharing menu you will find sobrasada (minced pork that has been cured for 30 days), presa (where the loin meets the shoulder blades) or morcilla (made with the blood of ibérico de bellota pigs). Not for the faint-hearted.


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