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
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
Beautiful interior and nice tapas. I recommend the asparagus toast, the creamy seafood black rice, and the patatas bravas. All were very tasty and decently sized portions for tapas. The service was very attentive and they didn't make you feel pressured to over order (as many tapas places do.) They also had a decent wine list that had some solid, cheap options. Free olives to start with was...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
I went here for Valentine's day. The staff are super friendly and even helped us pick. The cocktails were a bit too strong. All the food was. Delicious but I felt a couple of dishes were over priced for what they were. I think this would have been better if we were a larger party and I would have liked to have tried more.more
This is the newest addition to the Iberica franchise. Executive chef Nacho Manzano has Michelin Stars to his name and the food does reflect that.
The restaurant is located in an old building right outside of Farringdon Station. The whole dining room is filled with old world charm with heavy wood furniture, leather bar chairs and old paintings.
My friend and I went there for Sunday brunch,...more