Why travel to Spain when you can find delicious authentic tapas right here in London? The Spanish tapa is a world-renowned delicacy with nation upon nation mimicking this highly popular cuisine.
Although outside of Spain the tapas is highly diverging in its quality and authenticity. In the capital, there are literally hundreds of tapas restaurants all claiming to serve authentic tapas. We’ve located three of the best tapas bars in London.
Tapas Brindisa, London Bridge
This busy Spanish bar is bustling with life and character. From Marcona almonds to Payoyo cheese, from Gordal olives to Andalucian Alboronia, Brindisa provides a comprehensive menu of tapas and with real Spanish cervezas and quality Spanish wines, it is hardly surprising that the trendy restaurant’s customers keep coming back - brindisa.com.
Barcelona Tapas Bar Y Restaurante Lordship Lane
When you walk into the Barcelona Tapas Bar & Restaurant it feels like you have just walked into a restaurant on Las Ramblas in Barcelona itself. Since it was founded in 1991 by a Spanish family, the Barcelona Tapas Bar has prided itself in providing an “authentic taste of Spain in London”.
True to traditional Spain this atmospheric restaurant puts on many a fiesta, which usually comprise of copious amounts of Sangria at reduced prices and partying well into the early hours – a definite trait of real Spain!
To make a reservation for this popular tapas restaurant and to find out when the next fiesta is visit barcelona-tapas.com.
La Plaza Tapas Bar Notting Hill
Whether you crave meat, fish or a vegetarian dish glammed up in delicious Spanish spices and flavours, Notting Hill’s ultra-fashionable La Plaza Tapas Bar provides a “wonderful culinary experience”.
Nowhere makes ‘café con leche’ quite like Spain. La Plaza Tapas Bar also serves genuine Spanish drinks and is esteemed for its excellent coffees, Rioja at its finest and San Miguel at its most refreshing.