A fleet of authentic Spanish tapas restaurants established in 1993, La Tasca offers an award-winning range of sumptuous Mediterranean flavours. Sourcing ingredients from artisan suppliers dotted across Spain, head chef Antony compiles a range of boldly flavoured sharing dishes, all complemented by a range of Spanish wines, sangrias and sherries. Ever family-friendly, younger diners can enjoy delicious miniature tapas plates at La Tasca Covent Garden.
Venue Details & Map
La Tasca - Covent Garden
23-24 Maiden LaneCovent GardenLondonWC2E 7NP
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
The food was just so-so. The service was very poor. We had to wait for nearly 30 minutes to order. Then about 15 minutes for a jug of tap water. Food finally came after an hour. I will not recommend this restaurant to anyone who would like to try the Spanish experience. There are better, smaller, family run Spanish restaurants out there.more
Ambience was good, food was great and Sangria was terrific. As authentic as can be without being in Spain.more
I really love coming here for some finger licking tapas. They are a little pricey but they're guaranteed to be good and they have a good range to choose from.
I had a margarita here and it was beautifully made.
I had the goats cheese and tomato salad which was yum but I could have had more. The hake was really delicious as we're the king prawns.
I will definitely be returning here for some...more
La Tasca came on an eager recommendation from my dear blogging friend (who I was meeting with for dinner on my recent trip to London). Located in the Covent Garden area, La Tasca is a lively Tapas joint. They seated our party of six at a large booth with comfy seats. They were quick to take our order of sodas and spirits, but taking our food order was a bit of a wait. The environment was fun...more
Meh. That's about the best way to describe La Tasca. There is nothing exciting about it from the fairly generic somewhat Spanish décor to the bland core staples on the menu. If you want tapas get yourself to Barrafina or Jose. Even if you only get one dish (they aren't the cheapest places), the experience and satisfaction you get will be fair greater than all you can eat at La Tasca.