Blending a laidback Spanish vibe and a fashionable urban edge, Copita showcases sumptuous tapas dishes in Soho. A retro dining room features glossy white tiling and rich wood benches, and guests can perch at the bar-style tables for more relaxed dining. <br/><br/>Served in rustic clay pots and chunky wood blocks, a wholly natural and artisanal menu includes tasty meat and fish tapas, fresh breads and inventive sharing dishes.
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Venue Details & Map
26 - 27 D'Arblay StreetSohoLondonW1F 8EP
- +44 (0)20 7287 7797
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
I've always been a fan of restaurants specialising in small plates. Unfortunately the small prices does add up when you start to order a few to share and even after you cleared your dinner allowance for that night, you are still not full.
It was the reason why I steered away from them as much as I love them. Copita was one of the restaurant on my 'to do list' when my wallet was more full but...more
I love tapas and this is one of my favorite tapas restaurants. It is quite understated, so it is like a tapas bar in Barcelona. Everything I tried so far here was amazing and also I like the fact that they always have delicious specials. Every time I went, I tried something new. However, there are a couple of dishes on the evergreen menu that you have to try: ajo blanco & beetroot and salt cod...more
Aw, Copita, you were actually a really pleasant surprise! I wasn't expecting to like you nearly half as much as I did, and now you're going to be in my back pocket for a fun place to frequent.
Short segue: a couple years back, my partner in crime and I took what can only be described as a monumentally disastrous vacation to Barcelona (during which I nearly got in a fistfight with a fishmonger...more
I love this place more and more. The service is incapable, food amazing. The coolest glasses to drink from and the liquid in the coolest glasses is just great!
plus lavender ice cream - AMAZING! aromatic, so smooth.. ooohh...more
Do you like Tapas, and wine and practising your spanish? If you're like me then you'll really enjoy this place. The wine selection is good and the tapas are pretty good. I've tried the cheese plate with membrillo and its pretty darn good. Only thing you might want to do is order bread because the bread sticks that come with the plate is a bit awkward. The quail or pidgen we had was a bit too...more