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. 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.
|Average main course:||£10.00 (USD12.59) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£25.00 (USD31.47) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
26 - 27 D'Arblay StreetSohoLondonW1F 8EP
- +44 20 7287 7797
Crowded and loud, this is a place where you want to come with your friends to start the night and have fun!
The food is amazing, must try are goat cheese with truffle and honey, octopus and mushroom croquetas.
Wine was great too, we had albariño.more
Copita is a cute tapas bar located in soho. My friend suggested trying it out and we got a table at 5 PM, and good thing we did, because it is BUSTLING later on. The food was quite good - we had the mushroom croquetas, the aubergine, the beet and garlic sauce with bread, sweet potatoes (a sort of patatas bravas) and goat cheese with almonds and honey. It was all to die for!! For a tapas...more
Ok to pop into for some tapas & vino. Not a destination place but pleasant enough.
We had the prawns in chilli & garlic, chorizo, special of meatballs, truffled goats cheese, sweet potatoes bravos, empandillas, and some bread. All perfectly good but the sweet potatoes & goats cheese was the best. For £80 all in with wine & service.more
Friend and I went for a drink and chats. I got the cucumber and rose infused gin with Mediterranean tonic water. I purposefully got what would be least alcoholic, and my drink did just that. It was refreshing without being too strong and was just what I needed.
I had eaten right before coming, so we didn't order any food. However, everything on the menu looked really good, and my friend...more
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