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 - James Street.
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La Tasca - James Street
30 - 34 James StreetLondonW1U 1ER
Nice sidewalk table, in an area that is obviously dog-friendly. Arrived in time for happy hour and began with some Spanish red wine and a charcuterie board. The shared a pan of paella. The paella was so-so, rather bland. Certainly not the full flavors I have experienced before when the broth from all the ingredients cooks down to a rich flavor base. Charcuterie board- 4. Paella- 2. Wine -3.more
I'm surprised about all the negative reviews here.
The place was practically empty, which was ominous. But I pushed on.
Service great. Price for the Rapido menu, great. It certainly was Rapido!
Great portion sizes. Good was as expected for a chain - solid and dependable.
Certainly not deserving of a 2.5 rating!!more
A random choice. Expect a bustling vibe and busy, somewhat touristy experience, especially if the weather is nice. Service was attentive, and accommodating. Not high end - but a fun place to go for a casual evening.
We shared about 8-9 tapas, including langostinos, gambas gabordina, albondingas, croquettes de pollo and more. Most dishes were simply prepared (maybe reheated?). They were...more
We had the vegetarian paella which was really tasty for a veggie one, with lots of bell peppers, onions, mushroom and tomato!
We shared one for two, and it was really well served!
All the staff was Spanish, super friendly and helpful! We felt like we were back in Spain!
Although we didn't try the sangria, most of the tables ordered it and look really fresh and good, they serve it in a clay...more
A good paella for two right near Bond Street station for an affordable (~£10 x 2).
We were two and we ordered paella, a potatoes tapas and a crema catalana.
1. The paella valenciana is really good, served in its own pan so you can serve directly from it. It was tasty and well cooked. Very enjoyable.
2. The potatoes were good, but nothing really special.
3. The crema catalana had a good...more