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.
|Average main course||£10.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£23.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Las Iguanas South Bank
Unit 14 Festival Walk
Royal Festival HallLondonSE1 8XX
- +44 (0)20 7620 1328
- 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
Top 5 reviews of Las Iguanas South Bank
Good food, Great Drinks, Great service.
2 for 1 martinis at lunch time doesn't hurt. . I had the chicken enchiladas and it was quite good. The Porn Star martinis live up to their name. LOTS of eye candy while you eat as well. more
Surprisingly decent food for a chain! I got the surprisingly tasty quinoa ensalada. Black beans, sweet potato and charred corn with salsa served atop avo with a cranberry chili salsa. Topped with sweet potato crisps. The menu caters very well for veg and vegans and the happy hour offer is good as well (although I wish it extended to wine!) more
Ok, I see people here enjoying drinks, so it's probably an ok bar. For the food, however, quite disappointing. Sad wilted salad, everything oversalted, the mac & cheese was so bad my 8 year old wouldn't eat it. (How do you ruin mac & cheese? That takes some doing.) Perhaps the food is just for folks too drunk to care. If you're sober, give it a pass. more
Service is good. The servers are really on top of their stuff, unless they're new.
The food is just terrible. The burritos, even though the menu indicates they have refried beans, do not have any. The menu also indicated it was spicy... It wasn't. And I was explained that "the mix is done in the morning and it may not hold the spices if served for dinner" (?)
Rice in a burrito... Is... more
Not quite the worst Mexican food I've had in London, but no where near authentic with lacklustre flavours.
Service was not great. Took nearly 10 minutes after getting seated for a waiter to come by. Food came out before drinks, and when I pointed out my order was incorrect they argued about me sending it back versus wanting me to just deal with it. When our drinks did come out, they informed... more