30 "Spanish" Restaurants in London.
A tapas bar on Tooting High Street, Little Taperia is perfect for drinks and a light bite.
Decimo is a loud and proud Mexican-inspired spot on the tenth floor of The Standard in King’s Cross.
Parrillan is an outdoor King’s Cross grill-it-yourself restaurant that turns DIY into a big old FU.
Morito is an energetic but corridor-like spot on Exmouth Market specialising in north African and Spanish inspired small plates.
Llerena is a straightforward but excellent tapas spot in Islington, serving products direct from the family farm in Extremadura, southwest of Madrid.
The Duke of Sussex is a big Victorian pub in Chiswick with better than average pub food, and a beer garden that gives it the feel of a country pub.
Sabor is a casual tapas restaurant in Mayfair, with a more elaborate menu served upstairs in the Asador.
Escocesa is a tapas restaurant in Stoke Newington serving particularly excellent seafood, all sourced from Scotland.
Plenty of restaurants in Shoreditch have a gimmick, but Popolo doesn’t need one. This place serves up pastas and incredible small plates.
Casa Brindisa is a good tapas restaurant to escape to after spending time at the museums in South Kensington.
Jose Pizarro is a tiny tapas bar in Bermondsey that's great for drinking sherry and eating excellent plates of tapas.
Giant Robot is a street food/bar venue in Canary Wharf, from the same people behind Dinerama. It’s great for post-work drinks and something to eat.
Tuyo is a Spanish-Mediterranean restaurant on Broadway Market, that’s excellent for a few plates of tapas and a spot of people-watching.
Broadway and Netil Market is most likely the trendiest Saturday only food market in London, where the options are as diverse as the crowd there.