Las Iguanas


Renowned for its Latin American food and for producing and importing its own brand of Brazil's national spirit Cashaca, Las Iguanas Restaurant and Bar is set on London's Southbank. Foodies can look forward to tucking into a diverse menu inspired by authentic regional dishes from Brazil, Colombia and Argentina. Las Iguanas also serve light lunches, imaginative menus for children and have a tasty tapas selection. For those looking for a drink with a difference head to the Cashacaria. Traditional Brazilian cocktails are made with Las Inguanas' Magnifica which is produced at their own sugar cane plantation in Rio. Please visit our website for more details.

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Average main course: £10.00 (USD15.10) per diner
Average food spend: £23.00 (USD34.73) per diner

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Las Iguanas

Unit 14 Festival Walk
Royal Festival Hall
+44 (0)20 7620 1328
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

Sample Menu

  • Starter:
  • Quesadilla - chargrilled tortilla filled with Portobello mushroom & melted brie, with homemade tomato, garlic and coriander salsa - £4.50
  • Main:
  • Xinxim - Pele's favourite; Brazillian lime chicken in a creamy crayfish & peanut sauce with rice, fine beans, farofa & sweet plantain - £10.50
  • Dessert:
  • Ipanema Mess - the classic with a Latin twist, creamy mascarpone & natural yoghurt, raspberries, guava preserve & crushed meringue - £4.00


Catering Facilities
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Outdoor dining / Beer garden
Vegetarian options on menu
Children Facilities
Childrens menu
Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 68 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Las Iguanas

5.0 out of 5 15 November 2015
by Livi S.

So I've been meaning to come to this place for like forever and when I saw they had a deal going on and I was damn let me get some of that! I'd already made plans with a friend, so I won her her over with the promise of a Mexican feast and lots of guac!

When we arrived the place, I was shocked by how big the place actually was! It massive once you go downstairs, and we got given a really...more

4.0 out of 5 11 November 2015
by Nuella D.

So...... I was going about my business when my friend notified me that Las Iguanas had some kind of Tuesday Fajita deal going on. She had me at Tuesday!

We booked a table to be safe as I know that after work hours London commuters turn into hungry beasts!

Long story short we ordered the chicken and prawn fajita .... BANG BANG INTO THE ROOOOOOOM! Flavourville!! Both were so yummy! I was a...more

4.0 out of 5 15 August 2015
by Kelsey M.

I travel to London frequently to visit family, and Las Iguanas on Royal Festival Hall is a must-go every time I visit. Right next to the London Eye and with a fantastic view of Big Ben and Parliament, the location itself is a must for anyone who's visiting the UK.

As a small chain, each location of Las Iguanas has this fun, beachy, 60's inspired ambiance that makes eating there an experience....more

4.0 out of 5 3 August 2015
by Jonathan N.

This is a great spot for a Birthday treat, even better if you signed up for their mailing list!

I was taken here the other week and treated by my girlfriend for my Birthday. We were looking for a place close to Southbank that would eb a bit exotic. Las Iguanas fit that criteria perfectly.

I am a fan of Mexican food, but never had the opportunity to sample Brazillian food so I was excited for...more

3.0 out of 5 30 July 2015
by Kristine T.

Las iguanas is one of those chains that I visit, like and then don't go again for ages, simply because there's so many other places to go to. However I was quite happy to get the chance to go again, as I mentioned it to my colleagues and they agreed (they know by now that my obsession with yelp is here to stay).

Anyway, we went in, got seated and ordered our drinks. I do have to mention that...more

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