Like its older sibling Camino across the road, Bar Pepito serves high-quality Spanish food and drink. The focus at this tiny bar, however, is sherry.
Choose between several types of sherry, including Manzanilla, Fino and Amontillado. For the uninitiated there are sherry flights, so you can taste the differences between varieties for yourself.
It’s a pleasant spot to spend a while discovering new drinks; modelled on an Andalusian bodega, Bar Pepito is awash with colourful tiles and bright pictures on the walls.
Enjoy delicious tapas such as iberico meatballs, octopus and cheese, each item handily labelled with the perfect sherry pairing on the menu.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
3 Varnishers Yard The Regent’s QuarterLondonN1 9FD
Top 5 reviews of Bar Pepito
There's no way you'd stumble upon this King's Cross bar unless you were actively looking for it. It's a remarkably tiny and excellent sherry and tapas bar tucked in Varnisher's Yard, and is the more intimate sister to the bustling Camino across the courtyard. You wouldn't want to bring more than 4 people due to the limited space, but you'll be rewarded with a charming classic... more
Tiny place, great atmosphere on a Friday night. The waitress was friendly, the food was good, the sherry was something we don't normally drink but could definitely get a taste for. We had the chacinas and a few cheeses with a bottle of sherry they recommended. It came with bruschetta on the house. All very tasty and a fun night out, we'll definitely be back. more
Such a nice spot for an intimate drink and a few eats, which I prefer way more than Camino. Camino is big, crowded and loud, while Pepito is the opposite. After a few failed attempts at other bars, my friend and I came here on a Thursday evening without a booking and the guy was so nice to make room for us! We sat near by the wall and had a bottle of wine and some food. The food was... more
I think this is the most unfriendly inhospitable place I've ever been to in London. The staff here are rude and when talking to them they pretend they don't hear. Don't waist your money more
Peptio is a tiny spin-off from Camino on the other side of the courtyard, consisting of about 6 high-tables with bar stools, some wine and sherry bottles and a counter where the two staff cut up some tapas delicacies.
It feels a bit special in here being so cosy and close, and the wines are fantastic rich reds. You almost wish they had a real fire on the go as well on cold winter nights. The... more