Serving hot and cold tapas and à la carte options alongside offerings from its delicatessen, Ibérica Farringdon is the latest London venture from chef Nacho Manzano. The cocktail bar here will be a major feature, with an atmosphere and menu aimed at recreating Barcelona’s cocktail scene. Opening in spring 2014.
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89 Turnmill StreetFarringdonLondonEC1M 5QU
Loved the ambiance of the place and enjoyed that all the waiters were actually Spanish. The octopus was outstanding as were the croquettes. The rest of the dishes we had were good, but not great. The waitress must have been new because she had little to no clue about what was going on. We tried the house wine as a gamble and it did not pay off. No matter, they have an extensive wine list...more
We went during prime dinner time on a Friday and the place was packed! They were more than accommodating, allowing us to wait around and have a drink before placing us at a bar table. Our server was prompt and friendly, giving recommendation upon recommendation! I had the champagne sangria and it was great (If you like sweet drinks!). For dinner I started with the Patatas Bravas and ended with...more
I always love the idea of tapas, but often find the reality a little disappointing (maybe I've been going to the wrong restaurants!). Not this time, however. I found every dish delicious, from the creamy, salty, ham croquettes to the ingenious chorizo "lollipops", and the huge, succulent grilled prawns. I would definitely recommend going as a group and ordering a range of dishes to share. The...more
So Yelpers, why have you hidden Iberica from me? Keeping it to yourself are you? Well, you're busted! I found this not so little Tapas homeland.
The meat plate, octopus and croquettes were the highlights from the menu. Service late at night was fast, friendly and helpful.
Located within stumbling distance of Farringdon Station.
Keep this place to yourself, schhhh.more
We went for dinner and absolutely loved everything.
We ordered a starter of hams, followed by mains of octopus, fried chorizo, seafood risotto, croquettes and spinach. Everything was elegant and mouthwatering. Perhaps the highlight of the meal was our sangria. It was possibly the best I've ever had -- apparently, some people have commented that the sangria here is as good as, if not better...more