Churreria Espanola serve breakfast and Spanish meals. Seating on the terrace area is provided, weather permitting.
Venue Details & Map
177-179 QueenswayLondonW2 5HL
- +44 (0)20 7727 3444
- Public transport:
- Royal Oak, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Churreria Espanola
A pretty damn solid café. I've lived in Bayswater for a little over three years now but only visited this place last weekend for brunch. The missus and I went on Sunday around 10:30am. It wasn't too crowded at that point but I've walked past when every table is full. The food is great. It's basic but flavorful and the portions are substantial. I had a Spanish omelet on toast and the lady had... more
Whenever I'm in the mood for a bit of home style food, but in no mood to cook, I come over to Churreria Espanola. I think this is the restaurant that I've revisited the most in London in my 15 months here.
They don't serve fancy food, but more in the style of Spanish soul food.
Sometimes I come over just for a takeaway coffee. If the owner is around, you can always count on having an... more
The patio seating is fantastic, and I love that they offer churros here, but the staff were so rude!
First, they told us that we might not be able to eat there because ordering beverages and churros was too little (I would understand if it were insanely busy, but there were quite a few empty tables). Afterwards, the person who appeared to be in charge on the floor, began to yell at a staff... more
Churreria Espanola is my favourite local cafe. Bayswater has lots of nice places to eat and drink but this place is my favourite for a quick coffee. It's at the end of Bayswater road, just before the Porchester centre gym and spa.
The cafe is fairly unremarkable in decor, there are some tables inside and a quite a few outside, making it nice in the summer. They sell fairly traditional cafe... more
I didn't even know that Churreria was a word but... okay! I made a quick stop here to get some churro takeaway.
These churros were of a different variety than what I'm used to, in that they're wrapped up like half-pretzels and meant to be dipped in (as opposed to filled with) chocolate. In the states, churros sold by street vendors are ususally these fat hollow tubes which are very soft &... more