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Cava, flamenco and Spanish food served up to promote food market at Hampstead Community Centre

PUBLISHED: 13:00 15 December 2013

Spanish Night at Hampstead Community centre.
 Victoria Skyftou and Eva Fuertes with Spanish cheeses. Picture: Nigel Sutton

Spanish Night at Hampstead Community centre. Victoria Skyftou and Eva Fuertes with Spanish cheeses. Picture: Nigel Sutton

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Music, flamenco dancing, cava and a selection of Spanish finger food created a lively, Iberian-themed evening for residents in Hampstead Community Centre last Thursday.

Spanish night at Hampstead Community Centre. Picture: Nigel SuttonSpanish night at Hampstead Community Centre. Picture: Nigel Sutton

The owners of Montadito, which sells Spanish delicacies, hoped to raise awareness of the quality of produce sold in the community centre’s Saturday food market.

Business partners and friends Victoria Skyftou, 40, and Eva Fuertes, 42, both of Belsize Park, work with a small number of family farms and producers in Spain.

They sell artisan charcuterie and cheese – including award-winning Madurat de Cabra and San Simon da Costa – alongside their “famous” seafood paella.


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