Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 00:00
What others are saying...
Six of us dined at Moosehead on Saturday and a very enjoyable evening it turned out to be. Compact, and bijou, Moosehead was packed, and a little chaotic, but all the better for it.
An imaginitive selection of tapas and larger plates, we wolfed down such eclectic dishes as fried pigs ears, bacon wrapped dates, octopus, wagyu beef and many other delights. Moosehead has a good selection of wine, plus some local Spanish beer and not bad value. We will definitely be back for more.
Recommend you book, especially at weekends, as the place is small
One doesn't naturally associate the majestic moose with the Mediterranean, but what do you know? Moosehead focuses on small plates such as bacon-wrapped chargrilled dates with roast garlic aioli and pine nuts ($8), hand-shaved bonito with tomato and charred spring onions ($14) and Iberian pork presa (shoulder cut) with pickled portobello mushrooms and shishito peppers ($34). Suitably, the drinks here have a Spanish bent, with beers like 1906 Reserva Especial ($13) and Estrella Galicia ($10) which are one-for-one from 5...