Spanish Bars and Restaurants in London
Spanish influences are evident all over London and none more so than in their very own watering holes. From foodie tapas bars to sherry and pintxos destinations, there is a fine slice of Iberico available in London if you know where to find it, so let us help out. We have put together a selection of our favourite Spanish bars and restaurants in London so you can enjoy a glass of Rioja, authentic cuisine and a lively and authentic atmosphere, saving yourself the flight fare, but indulging in all the fun.
South London receives a massive boost this Summer with the opening of the delectable Camino Tapas and wine bar. Serving mouth-watering dishes and a range of perfectly spiced, cured hams, their flavoursome menu is capable of putting a smile on even the most unenthused face. Beautifully decorated with rustic knick-knacks, an open Jamón bar, and Mediterranean bath tiles covering the walls, this trendy spot is definitely worth its salt.
From Fleet Street to Masons Avenue and beyond, El Vino is the ideal place if you're looking for delicious Spanish food in London. Boasting multiple sites across the City, this Spanish-inspired brand is ideal for everything from client lunches to date nights.
Not only will you find mouthwatering Spanish fare and delicious sharing plates at Iberica, but the central London location means that it's perfectly positioned for everything from after-work drinks to post-shopping refuels and romantic date nights.
This Spanish fiesta is fuelled by fun, with themed nights everyday of the week great happy hours, affordable drinks, DJs kick in on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and a 3am closing time on Saturdays; Salvador & Amanda Bloomsbury offers a unique vibe for a birthday party. With tasty tapas, delicious cocktails and fiesta filled fun, Salvador and Amanda will inject some Spanish flavour to Bloomsbury.
Serving up all things Spanish in the heart of Central London, El Pirata is bringing a slice of Madrid to Mayfair. Alongside authentic tapas dishes, you'll find over 100 wines, rustic decor and an alfresco terrace.
One of the most sophisticated Spanish bars in London, Vinoteca Farringdon ups the ante of our familiar favourite Latin-twisted tipples and treats. Boasting an impressive selection of 300 Spanish wines, and a complete menu of unique, freshly prepared dishes, Vinoteca is an ultimate dine and drink experience where you can satiate your need for a little red, white, and anything else in between.
Combine Salvador & Amanda's location nearby buzzy Covent Garden with its great range of Sangrias, flamenco shows, amazing tapas and late night DJs and you get one tapas restaurant that knows how to have a good time. With their glistening interiors and Spanish sass, Salvador & Amanda are sure fire European shot.
Serving what might possibly be the best Sangria in London alongside some delightful Tapas dishes, Camino Monument is great if you're on the hunt for a taste of Spain. This Spanish bar in London is ideal for any occasion - whether you're looking for a couple of drinks after work, a bite to eat with friends or colleagues or even to get the party started on a Thursday or Friday night, Camino is a warm and welcoming London Spanish bar.
Spanish dining in London isn't something you need settle for, go ahead and launch yourself at the finest. Not only heralded for their Spanish wine collection, Vinoteca Marylebone is promising a selection of gastro plates that will have you headed to the heart of Espana in no time at all.
A casual dining environment, perfect for the whole family, Tapas Revolution's newest venue in Stratford Westfield is their biggest yet. The menu here is jam-packed with crowd-pleasing Spanish classics, from sharing size paellas to tapas small plates and jugs full of fruity sangria.
Head over to Goodge Street where this slick tapas bar offers up an indulgent selection of small plates and snacks. Chow down on cured meats and cheeses, delicious croquetas and grilled meats, washed down with a selection of Spanish fine wines, pudding pairings and chilled sherries.