The story of Uno Mas is a tale of collaboration and planning. When Liz Matthews and Simon Barrett decided to open a second restaurant, joining the acclaimed Etto, their collaborator was chef and partner Paul McNamara. McNamara had succeeded Barry Fitzgerald in Etto, and brought on Barry Sun Jian, before moving to Locks Restaurant. When the time and timing was right, the trio reunited and got the doors open in Uno Mas, on Aungier Street. The planning and collaborating meant the menu of Spanish-accented food was ready to roll straight away, and the restaurant quickly booked up for months ahead. But, when you do manage to get a table, don’t miss the pitch-perfect potato and onion tortilla, the pork presa with pink fir apple spuds, the flan de queso. Awesome wine and sherry list, and the counter seats feel just like Barcelona’s Cal Pep.
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