Las Iguanas is an immediate neighbour to The O2 which holds large music, stage and sports events. It’s a relaxed restaurant offering authentic Latin American food and drink. During arena days the restaurant welcomes large amounts of people through its doors for a quick and easy meal.
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Las Iguanas - The O2
Peninsula SquareLondonSE10 0UZ
- +44 20 8312 8680
Came back for a lunch deal and had an amazing new bean and beetroot burger. Had to update this review as the food was awesome value (especially with an extra 20% off by flashing my cineworld ticket). The new menu has some blinding extras. Go for it!more
We defaulted at going to Las Iguanas because it had the shortest queue before a concert. There are good 2 for 1 cocktail deals - the classier ladies just go for the 2 for 1 cocktail jugs and stick their straws in!
Anyhow, the food isn't great here but one word of advice... Don't Get the Burger. I know it's a Mexican place but I feel they should just take it out of the menu all together 'cuz...more
Great Mexican restaurant. Well worth a visit if you are visiting the O2 for a 'concert'.
Food is fantastic and if you in a rush just mention it to the waiting staff and they will speed things up for you.
Plenty on the menu and you will be spoiled for choice.more
We came here during dinner time and there was only one server on one side of the entire restaurant. Service was definitely slowed which became increasingly annoying. I had their chicken quesadilla which was mediocre, although, I did like their specialty bottled sauce/dressing (sweet/spicy) Our visit could have been better if the service was more attentive.more
I have been here a couple of times, once in the evening before a concert and another for lunch.
When I went in the evening we had to queue for quite a while but you do for all the restaurants. There was a set menu you had to choose from making it more expensive. The food was tasty and the service fast.
When I went for lunch the place was dead but to make up for that they had on Latin music...more