Their first restaurant in Scotland, Spanish chain Ibérica have found a home in Glasgow, bringing their beloved tapas wares to the city.
The venue has been designed by Lazaro Rosa Violon, a Spanish designer, who has transformed the former Royal Bank of Scotland site into an 113-cover dining space. The interiors have a vintage feel, with leather chairs, old maps on the walls and floral upholstery.
The menu focuses on the flavours of Spain with a selection of hot and cold tapas, hand-carved ham and, exclusive to the Glasgow site, a Botillo from El Bierzo which is a Spanish take on haggis.
- Glasgow City Centre
- Happily Affordable
- Background Music
Iberica Glasgow, 140, St Vincent Street, G2 5LA
Glasgow City Centre