Review on Iberica Canary Wharf
Following on from the success of Iberica in Marylebone, a second outpost opened in November 2011 in Canary Wharf. The restaurant is spread over two floors, designed by the renowned Barcelona architects Lazaro Rosa Violan resembling a modern converted warehouse with exposed brick walls, leather seating, painted Spanish floor tiles, vintage posters on the walls, all overlooked by the hustle and bustle of the open kitchen.
The menu has been designed by Executive Chef Nacho Manzano, holder of two Michelin Stars for his restaurant Casa Marcial in Asturias, showcasing traditional Spanish classics alongside more contemporary and innovative dishes. Typical offerings from the tapas menu could be octopus 'a la gallega' with potatoes and 'pimenton' or chickpea puree with chorizo, pancetta and tomato salad. For a main course perfect for two, choose slow stewed Fen chicken with rice 'Piquillo' peppers and saffron or there is a stew option that changes daily such as Asturian white 'faba' bean strew with chorizo, black pudding and saffron.
There is an extensive menu of regional wines as well as Spanish beers and their delicatessen offers Jamon Iberico "denominacion de origenes" hand carved to order.
Iberica Canary Wharf is also featured in: Michelin Guide, HardensRate this Restaurant
Nacho Manzano and Cesar Garcia
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.30am through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (12.00 - 4.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express