Named after the artist Salvador Dali, Salvador & Amanda is reminiscent of the cosmopolitan cafes of Madrid, Bilbao and Barcelona. You can linger over a cocktail, snack on some tapas, enjoy a fabulous meal or dance into the early hours.
|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (€27.87) per diner|
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Salvador & Amanda Tapas Bar
8 Great Newport Street
St JamesLondonWC2H 7JA
Top 5 reviews of Salvador & Amanda Tapas Bar
This place is fantastic,the lighting,the mood,& the food is fantastic,i loved all of the tapas bar food we ordered but especially rememeber my spanish omlette,as the best flavour for an omlette ive had,perfect flavours combined in each tapas dish.
Once we had finished eating and drinking,
The place turned into a disco,was great,was dancing the night away,having a.good laugh.
Highly recomended...Read More
After a few pints at a pub, the husband, his friends and I headed here for some Tapas.
El Diablo Sangria, Arroz Negro with prawns and squid, croquetas, gambas and jamon charcuterie. Lovely - all of it.
Good ambiance...it's dark but charming. Couldn't get good photos though (I hate using flash!). But who cares? We had a good time.
Next time would like to go when they have some live music...Read More
A friend and I jumped into this bar and tapas place for a drink or three. At first, we felt that the service was extremely slow. We weren't sure if we had to order at the bar or if there was table service. There was roughly 6 servers on the floor and each of them seemed busy.
We decided to order drinks at the bar - which took forever. The service was not great but they made up for it when...Read More
S&A is very cool space, well-decorated with interesting elements in a subterranean space of Covent Garden. Mosaicas on the walls of Spanish inspired geometric figures and winding vines encircling the gazebo in the center of the room really create a ethnic feel. I liked the fairy lights dangling from the roof of the 'chalet' which is a log cabin and the 'carousel' booth area as well. Impeccable...Read More
I came here on a recommendation, and as I hadn't heard of it I was a little dubious.
When I arrived I was very pleasantly surprised! It has a dark and smokey atmosphere inside with lots of cool lighting. We arrived at 7pm which meant we had an hour to make the most of the happy hour (£10 for a bottle of rose, YES PLEASE)
There is a great selection on the menu - we got 7 dishes between us...Read More