Iberica Marylebone is the very centre of Spanish cuisine and culture in the UK. This destination venue not only offers the best in Spanish cuisine with seasonal gastronomic tapas, but also a delicatessen selling artisan produce and wines, some of which are unique to the British market.<br/><br/>Diners are offered a choice of over forty hot and cold 'tapas', which are served from lunch through 'til late in the evening. In a relaxed yet dynamic atmosphere, simple cold dishes such as an extensive selection of cheeses and embutidos (charcuterie) - including the famous Jamón Iberico de Bellota, sit alongside classic bespoke tortillas and homemade croquettes offering guests a culinary contrast between both regional variations and more modern adaptations of traditional Spanish cuisine with a focus on Asturias specialities.<br/><br/>The bustling Tapas restaurant and Delicatessen is flooded with natural daylight from floor to ceiling windows with a ground floor and mezzanine dining area.
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Iberica Food & Culture
195 Great Portland StreetLondonW1W 5PS
This wine bar was cute. I had the chorizo lollypops, which where a little hard/dry. It's a cute restaurant and the bartenders were very nice and friendly.more
Although a fun and tasty night overall, it fell a bit short of expectations.
Drinks and atmosphere are stellar. I had great service at the bar while we waited for our table. The wine selection rocks.
The tapas themselves were a mixed bag.
Mussels pate was my surprise favorite with the black rice in a close second.
Although I enjoyed the Serrano ham croquettes they were mostly cheese with...more
Fitzrovia is a veritable hub of great restaurant options, however Iberica has to be one of my favourite of the bunch. It doesn't help that it frequently tempts, being just across from my office, being too convenient to resist!
Closer to Great Portland Street than most (literally about 2 minutes' walk) this lovely Spanish tapas style restaurant has never disappointed me.
Think; lots of...more
We went to Iberica for the 7th or 8th time this weekend. this time with some friends and their kid.
Although service was a bit slow, (turns out some of the regular staff were off sick), food was great as always.
Safe to say this place never disappoints.more
My colleagues and I went to Iberica for our team lunch today. The four of us ordered 10 tapas in total, a bottle of wine, and desserts to share.
First, all their tapas were great. I particularly liked a couple, including fried squid (exquisitely tender and good), croquettas (the perfect blend of cheese and ham), the ribeye (slightly salty but still solidly done), and the chicken (perfectly...more