Salsa Bar on Charing Cross Road is the perfect place for an authentic South American drinking in London. The menu is a sumptuous selection of Latin dishes with classic and signature cocktails, while rhe entertainment varies from Salsa dancing, to live music and even a spot of cabaret.
South American Bars and Restaurants in London
There’s no denying it – London loves Latino. From the street food to the burritos and of course not forgetting the sumptuous tipples. There are not many credible bars that don’t have a hint of Latin American flavour. Whether it’s the music, the margaritas, the mojitos, the rum, the tequila or even the lime-chocked bottles of Sol, there is evidence of our cross-Atlantic chums in most bars. But if you like your salsa in much bigger portions, here are few South American bars in London that are worth checking out.
Barrio is cool South American cocktail bar with outposts across London. A very warm and colourful feel to the decor sets the scene and creates an exotic environment with South American beers, rum and tequila cocktails that make for a memorable Mexican boozy brunch experience.
El Vino Masons Avenue is a top City restaurant bar for after-work tipples. With an impressive wine list featuring South American, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian bottles, you will have more than enough to complement their menu of sharing plates while you catch up with pals.
Leicester Square Kitchen is a must for those in need of South American dining, with its unique menu of small Peruvian and Mexican sharing plates. Perfectly perched in the West End, the venue backs up its flavoursome food items with punchy cocktails and an enviable terrace space.
Prepare to be taken on a trip around the world at this Baker Street bar. Bringing you a slice of South American flavour in its diverse menu, Playa is a firm fave for its cachaça cocktails, tostadas, tacos and croquettes packed with steamed seabass, moreish veal and more.
Located in Clapham, Mommi is an international hybrid where Japanese and Latin cultures collide. Tuck into an array of raw, fresh and healthy plates, with a diverse liquor cabinet that features plenty of wine and Pisco for those fancying an exotic cocktail or two.
This theatrical and glamorous restaurant flirts with all things Latin, bringing a South American fusion menu to your table and plenty of extravagant performances to their stage. Head over to INCA London in Soho, where you're sure to enjoy a dining experience like no other.
Get a taste of paradise on your next night out with a trip to Tropix on Clapham High Street. Once you're inside this haunt, you'll be transported to the sun-soaked shores of South America, complete with vibrant plates of food, cocktails and partying 'till late.
Fusing Aussie style with South American flair, Mama Fuego is a Greenwich restaurant bar that you need on your radar. Expect striking interiors and a 70s-style plush sunken lounge alongside signature cocktails, coffee and delicious all-day bites from across the globe.
Primos Mexican Cantina is cooking up a popular selection of South American food in London. Head over to the colourful Finsbury Park restaurant and bar where you can expect all the favourites - think tacos, fajitas and churros - alongside margarita rumbles and spiced mojitos.
Located in the basement of Covent Garden's Lima Floral, this Latin-American cocktail and pisco bar places authentic flavours that pack a punch at the forefront. Expect stunning concoctions using Mexican mezcal, Brazilian cachaca and Venezuelan rums, to give you a taste of paradise.
When it comes to getting a taste for tequila in London, there's a name that's licking across everyone's lips. Join Wahaca in Charlotte Street as their Mezcaleria Bar is a haven for all things South American in the cocktails and shot department, with delicious Mexican bites upstairs.
Arepa & Co is bringing a tasty of Venezuela to East London thanks to its Haggerston and Bethnal Green haunts. On the menu? Alongside its namesake, the bar and restaurant is serving up a range of cachapas and rice dishes, as well as one of the best brunches around.
Shoreditch may be London's hipster haven, but that doesn't mean a little South American attitude can't be found amongst the graffiti and bikes shops. Toting tropical flavours, cool rum mixes and bold interiors, Floripa is a cheeky little slice of Brazilian sass in the heart of East London.
Gaucho is on a mission to bring a touch of Argentine flavour to London through its menu of mouthwatering meat dishes. Sink your teeth into their signature steaks in an elegant brasserie-style setting, with a wide array of handpicked bottles to perfectly pair with your munching.
Perfect for those looking to dine on fast casual South American food in London, Benito's Hat promises a laid-back meal in the heart of Oxford Circus. Head on down for the fine art of bulging burritos perfectly paired with a roster of mezcal and margaritas for the full Mexican experience.
Based in the ever-bustling Old Street and Soho, Ceviche is a South American restaurant that showcases the best flavours Peru has to offer. From mouthwatering cuts of meat to fresh ceviche dishes, the team of chefs use a range of fresh ingredients to recreate traditional recipes.