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Goya Pimlico

34 Lupus Street Pimlico

Yelp Reviews

7.00 out of 5
based on 23 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Goya Pimlico

4.0 out of 5
22 November 2014
by Josh A.

Went for a meal here last night - it was excellent. The food is very tasty, traditional tapas, the wine is crisp and the staff are really warm and friendly.

the restaurant is pleasant, surprisingly large but still cosy.

Highly recommended to anybody looking for a very affordable, delicious tapas experience. more

3.0 out of 5
01 May 2018
by Nina And Tom G.

Fair to good. The menu items are traditional Spanish items from throughout Spain. The wine list was Spanish but unoriginal and limited - no gems. The food was good and well prepared (especially the jamón y melón and the croquetas) except for the albóndigas which were okay, but tasted like Italian meatballs. Aside from the meatballs, the dishes were like those we've enjoyed in Spain. We'd... more

3.0 out of 5
08 June 2017
by HSP T.

Nice place to have a bottle of wine and some tapas. Prices are reasonable and service was friendly. When the weather is good the patio is a fun place to watch the world go by.

The duck dish was very good as was the seafood paella. more

1.0 out of 5
19 July 2015
by Pamela S.

I had a dinner here once and drinks at another point. This place has good reviews and is usually busy. So I decided to give it a go. The staff was friendly but I wouldn't say the service was noteworthy. The vibe is ok. I.would suggest sitting outside or on the ground-floor inside. the basement is depressing and I didn't enjoy it there one bit. we ordered various tapas so I did have a... more

3.0 out of 5
28 July 2016
by Andrea V.

A perfectly passable, if unremarkable tapas bar in a good location. The menu is standard fare, and while nothing really stands out, nothing was disappointing either. Portions are surprisingly generous in some dishes - the garlic/cheese/olive bread and chorizon in wine were standouts - and the whole thing feels rather atmospheric. Sadly, the service wasn't quite up to snuff - we found... more

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