Top five places to get Tapas in London this bank holiday weekend according to Tripadvisor
Best places to get Tapas in London, according to Tripadvisor reviews
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The bank holiday weekend is on the horizon, with thousands of Londoners getting a long weekend.
The weather is set to remain fairly patchy in the capital, but with sunny spells and temperatures exceeding 20C, it is a good weekend for tapas.
Bar 61 Restaurant
With a perfect five star rating from over 2,500 reviews, Bar 61 is the perfect place to have tapas.
Comments on Tripadvisor state: “Delicious tapas, lovely ambience and amazing service”, with another saying: “Lovely family restaurant”.
It’s also inclusive for all as they serve vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, with the price range starting at £16 and going up to £30.
61A Streatham Hill, London SW2 4TX,
The Port House
Falling just shy of the five stars with a 4.5/5 star rating, The Port House is described on Tripadvisor as “Delicious traditional tapas, amazing service, authentic ambiance, value for money”
417 Strand, London WC2R 0PD,
Jamon Jamon Camden
With over 1,500 reviews, Jamon Jamon has a four star rating. Located in Camden, it is a viable option for tapas.
It offers Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options and Gluten Free Options, giving everyone the chance to try their popular menu items.
3 Caxton Walk, London WC2H 8PW,
Camino’s King Cross
A cheaper option, with a price of £9 to £19, Camino’s King Cross can also boast a four star rating from over 1,200 reviews.
And it’s also just a 0.1 mile trip from the King’s Cross tube station, making it easily accessible without too much walking necessary.
The Regent Quarter 3 Varnishers Yard, London N1 9FD,
Latitude has just over 160 reviews, but has still managed to gain a five star rating on Tripadvisor.
People have said that Latitude has “an amazing vibe and delicious tacos” with a lot of people also very complimentary of their mojitos.
138 Merton Rd, London SW19 1EH,