Top Spanish Tapas Bars in London: part II

Top Spanish Tapas Bars in London: part II

London is a multicultural city where you can find many outstanding restaurants that provide cuisines from all over the world. This is great if you want to have a quick break from your daily routines and try something not casual but have no time for travelling. One of the best ways to feel like being on a sunny vacation is to go for a Spanish tapas dinner. So here we’re going to give you another batch of the best and most trendy tapas bars based in London – book your table now!

Cambio de Tercio

Without any doubt, Cambio de Tercio is a very fancy, trendy and expensive place where you can meet celebrities and eat extraordinary tapas. All food here is not just fresh, high-quality and delicious but it is also served in a very unusual and modern way. For example, grilled skate melted into a soft burgos morcilla with a playful orange vinaigrette. As a result, all prices are high. Of course, you can find some traditional options too. Have dinner here is not just eating but having a new experience as well. You must visit this place at least once while being in London.


If you are looking for a nice place with good food and a less prescriptive environment, then bar Morito in North London is an exact place you want to book a table. This place is a more typical tapas bar and they offer very good sherry, wine and traditional food such as croquets, chorizo al vino, empanadillas and lots of seafood options. The portions of food aren’t very big (yes, we know, tapas are always small) but the prices are truly reasonable, so don‘t hesitate and order a few different dishes. Helpful staff and nice interior will make you forget about all your problems and just enjoy another glass of fabulous wine.


This bar is distinguished by its funny atmosphere where you can expect to hear loudly Spanish music, nice decor completed with pictures of the Spanish countryside and cheerful red walls and standing people around the high tables or bars who are speaking, laughing and dancing. Brindisa is a perfect place for a celebration or just having fun on Friday night when you want to enjoy a good food accompanied by delicious food and dizzy wine. The extensive selection of tapas classics includes Spanish ham, Manchego cheese, juicy octopus prepared in Galician style as well as patatas bravas, shrimps and other well-known options. Here you can taste many kinds of Spanish cider with natural bubbles to get an even better mood.

The Little Taperia

Andalusian style cozy tapas and wine bar at the Trafalgar Arms with amazing tapas and a full range of cocktails, sherry, port, cava, and traditional Spanish cider sounds like nothing but great evening. The best classical tapas such as morcilla, tortilla, sweet peppers, and seafood are prepared by the professional Spanish chef, Javier Vincente Rejas, who originally is from Valencia, so the authenticity of the food is ensured. The place is cozy and highly recommended by everyone who tried it at least once!

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