Cool tiles, high ceilings and a deli counter sporting a big leg of ibérico ham create an authentic Spanish vibe at Ibérica’s popular Canary Wharf branch. Grab some takeaway acorn-fed jamón, or venture inside, settle into a booth and watch chefs buzz around the open kitchen...Drinks are a highlight: Spanish wines, an array of sherries, and gin and tonic served Iberian-style – in large measures with various garnishes.
An all Spanish extravaganza awaits you at Ibérica. With a flowing drinks menu of sangria, sherry, cava and some fine rare wines you can be sure to find a drink to match whatever food you decide to order. A devilishly good array of meals are also on offer, with a variety of fresh seafood dishes (including paella) a daily stew, tapas and a selection of well cooked meat dishes.
This glamorous branch of Ibérica has a spacious, airy feel that blends well with the glass towers and moneyed streets of Canary Wharf, yet it conveys a real sense of Spain. The space feels contemporary but rooted – as does the menu from executive chef Nacho Manzano , which blends traditional dishes with ‘nuevo’ flourishes.