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Morito will be opening on Sunday nights!

Once Morito's Calçotada Sundays have finished, at the end of February, we will continue to open on Sunday nights. The kitchen will be closed briefly between 4-5pm but drinks and para picar will be available. At 5pm, our full menu will be on offer.

Calcotada 2018

Bringing the seasonal flavours and party atmosphere of the Gran Fiesta de la Calçotada to Exmouth Market every Sunday in February, Morito’s set menu will include the ubiquitous charcoal grilled calçots, wrapped in newspaper, served with romesco - the famous Catalan nut sauce. Slurp down the delicious calçots alongside grilled chorizo, morcilla and butifarra with white beans or salt cod with potatoes, green peppers and aioli (and there's a delicious almond tart with traditional slices of chilled orange to round the evening's eating off).

The calçot is a type of green onion from Catalonia, somewhere between a spring onion and a leek. The popularity of the calçot has given rise to the Calçotada - an annual gastronomical event in Valls and beyond, celebrating the harvest of the calçot. True to the Catalonian spirit, it is a great excuse to get together, talk, party and more importantly eat onions! Large bunches, fresh from the earth, are grilled over an open fire until charred then wrapped in newspaper to steam through. The calçots are served on terracotta tiles, peeled with bare hands, dunked in rich romesco sauce made from almonds and peppers, and then devoured. Typically served with grilled meats and washed down with plenty of wine and vermouth.
For £40 per head, Morito diners can experience a taste of the Gran Fiesta de la Calçotada every Sunday night in February.

Dates: 4, 11, 18, 25 February 2018
Price: £40 per head. Sittings at 5pm & 7.30pm
Bookings: or phone 020 7278 7007

From 28 September at Morito Exmouth Market
A slice of Middle Eastern and Spanish morning culture is coming to Exmouth Market as Moro and Morito chef proprietors, Sam & Sam Clark, gear up to serve breakfast for the first time since opening Morito in 2010.

Launching on 28th September and inspired by the huge success of Morito Hackney Road’s weekend breakfast, the 30-cover restaurant will now serve breakfast daily, each weekday from 8.30am and from 9am on weekends. Morito’s breakfast menu continues to draw on Spanish and Middle Eastern flavours and includes their very own Morito-inspired takes on the breakfast classics, such as their Catalan inspired English breakfast, “The Full Catalan” complete with Catalan butifarra sausage, morcilla, and migas or their Revueltos, Spanishstyle scrambled eggs cooked with jamon, mushrooms or cheese and sweet herbs.

In true Morito style, the Moroccan breads, cardamom buns, tahini and walnut brioche and seasonal jams, amongst other new dishes, will be made daily in-house.

The menu...

homemade cardamom granola, Moro yoghurt, seasonal fruit salad £6
churros con chocolate £6
almond, saffron & raisin bread £3
tahini & walnut brioche £3
cardamom bun £3

Catalan coca bread or seed bread or gluten free & homemade jam 3.50
pan con tomate 4.5
(with jamón £7 / anchovy 6.5 / chorizo 6.5)
avocado and green chilli £6 (with anchovy 7)
grilled cheese, tomato & dill 7.5 (with pastirma 8.5)
fried tomatoes & cumin (v) 6 (with panceta 7)

(all eggs come with toast)
revueltos (scrambled eggs) 6
with mushrooms 1.5, jamón 2.5, cheese & sweet herbs 1.5
huevos rotos potatoes, peppers 7.5 (with chorizo 8.5)
fried eggs & pisto 7.5

the full Catalan
(served with toast)
morcilla, butifarra, fried egg, migas, roast tomato, mushrooms 10

punchy Bloody Marys with harissa
fresh cucumber, apple and mint juice
beetroot and pear juice
Allpress coffee