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.
£25 and under
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La Tasca Spanish Tapas Bar and Kitchen - Covent Garden
23-24 Maiden LaneCovent GardenLondonWC2E 7NP
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- Charing Cross
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Top 5 reviews of La Tasca Spanish Tapas Bar and Kitchen - Covent Garden
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.
This restaurant feels like an Olive Garden for tapas. It's part of a chain and very much feels like it. We ordered tons of tapas on the menu, including the pork belly and the paella. It was all pretty bad, except for the prawns. The atmosphere is somewhat ok, it does feel more decorated then a typical chain restaurant. The waiter had a Spanish accent. But overall, you can probably do much...more
Is it me or are the days of La Tasca over? The portions are now so small they're shocking, thankfully we were on the 50% off food deal so for £30 we got:
2 glasses white wine, 1 diet coke, 1 chicken skewers, 1 bravas, 1 croquettes, 1 calamaris, 1 tortilla, 1 white fish and some not very nice bread with garlic olive oil....
Service was slow, waited so long for my drink to arrive and we asked...more
Give this one a miss. They underestimated our wait by a half an hour. The only reason we stayed was because it was Friday night, and everywhere else was packed too. We had an older child with us, she was great, but the extra long wait was a bit much for her.
We finally sat down and were looking forward to our meal. The first couple of tapas were great. Not too memorable, I can't remember...more
The place was very busy and the waiting time for as table meant perching on bar stools for an hour and a quarter (they said 40 minutes the little tinkers!). Easy at first, a little more challenging after 3 large glasses of the Temperanillo.
The waiting staff appeared overwhelmed and the long time between courses was cumulatively irritating. If you can't feed us at least make sure we have got...more