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Spanish Restaurants in London

 

London is home to a thriving foodie scene, and the small tapas plates at the variety of Spanish restaurants are perfect for sharing. Try Iberica Canary Wharf at 12 Cabot Square, Canary Wharf where the local chain restaurant features two stories and traditional plates from Spanish charcuterie to decadent desserts. There’s also a deli counter for to-go orders and handcrafted cocktails designed to complement the flavorful cuisine.

At Iberica Marylebone, located at 195 Great Portland St., the hanging lamps and colorful tiles make for an exciting night out. A blend of Spanish and Asturian dishes, this flagship restaurant is known for the acorn-fed Iberian ham, artisan cheese boards you can customize (try the manchego), and stews of the day which might include breaded artichoke heart or chicken liver pate.

Small Plates, Big Flavor

You’ll find Aqua Nueva at 240 Regent St, Soho and recognize it immediately by the “bull guard” sitting at the entrance. Ask for a seat at the roof terrace for a gorgeous view of the city, perfect for sampling the fare of Northern Spain. The upscale establishment is known for it’s bread and tomato starter, oxtail empanadas, and hand-carved Iberian ham.

Casa Brindisa South Kensington at 7-9 Exhibition Rd, Kensington is a popular spot for locals with an all-glass front entrance and lively open kitchen. The all-day menu features cauliflower soup with truffles, prawns in chili and garlic oil, salt cod tempura, and Catalan flatbread. Try them all and discover for yourself which small plates pack the biggest punch.

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