Capote y Toros
This is our little treasure and instant success since its opening in March, 2011.
We are a Tapas bar serving mostly tapas from “South Spain” and offering the largest “Sherry List” in EUROPE, which makes this place a very unique and rare “Spanish Bar”.
Live Flamenco music is played every night and a truly authentic and rich Andalucían décor will transport you to any of the back street tavernas of Cadiz or Seville.
Loved our night ! Thanks
Delicious food, truly outstanding service and the Classical Guitarist is a reason to visit in its own right.
We needed a quick dinner and this tapas place was absolutely the right choice. I've been quite a few times at Cambio de Tercio and we were looking for something faster but with the same quality of food.
We were not disappointed.
the food was really good, service was attentive and fast and a Spanish guitarist.
Fantastic find: great, reasonably priced tapas, lovely staff, live flamenco music and overall great atmosphere! Will definitely come again!
Very good tapas and wine selection, perhaps on the ££££ side but most enjoyable
Really recommend it when looking for tapas
First time at the restaurant. Wanted a table st Cambis el Tercio but it was booked out and this restaurant tapa place is a relative of Cambio. Extensive wine and sherry list! Very good tapas and friendly laid back and helpful service. Definitely authentic!
Amazing Spanish tapas at a reasonable price.
A fun restaurant with superb tapas and wine, served by very attentive staff . The gifted guitarist added extra Spanish flavour to the ambiance. Would be very happy to recommend it to anyone who loves Spanish food at its best.
Had a thoroughly lovely evening, staff really friendly, food absolutely gorgeous.
High level tapas food for a reasonable price, especially for the area
The food was fantastic and came out quickly. The bone marrow toast is especially good. The service is friendly and efficient. I would definitely go back.
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Great atmosphere in a vibrant, busy tapas bar. Booking is essential if you want to guarantee a table. Friendly staff, authentic tapas, extensive wine list. Loved it
-Extensive Spanish wine & sherry selection
-Friendly & attentive staff
-Lively atmosphere (live music in the evenings ia a nice touch!)
Good tapas with great flavours. Nice casual feel and vibrant atmosphere. Food on the pricey side but the quality matches it.
Visited with work colleagues after seeing the great reviews, booking a take online. Fantastic Spanish guitar player, friendly and efficient service, great ambience. There was a large party mingling next to their table, which made it noisy but added to the atmosphere. Felt like we were in a Spanish town! The tapas were wonderful, large selection, plenty of food with 3 choices each. No room for dessert but we did try a different sherry each. Definitely recommended - book a table as we saw several turned away.
Small restaurant but extraordinary experience. Fantastic food, live music, wine, and charm. It was a quick getaway to Spain in the middle of Kensington. Absolutely brilliant. Highest recommendation.
Love this place. Great food and sherry. One of our favourite spots for a low key date night.
Sadly we were disappointed as the menu was quite over priced
Good simple food, great wine list and nice atmosphere with live music
Lovely food, good service and a relaxed atmosphere (the acoustic guitar was a nice touch). Would recommend!
Incredible!!! I would highly recommend it for a special occasion. Incredible food, excellent guitar musician, very good and friendly service.
A very well-run establishment with the most engaged, kind and professionsal staff. We enjoy always the Spanish guitarist. The food is excellent and served at a perfect tempo.
Had an extremely enjoyable dinner with very good tapas (although options are a little limited) and live Spanish guitar music. Excellent value for money and highly recommended.
Always a great address! Wonderful food and attentive service.
Wonderful and authentic tapas! Everything about this place reminded me of my trip to Spain - the food, the wine, the live guitar music. It was a fun place for a group of friends to catch up over good food in drinks. Will go back!
The food and service were both wonderful. We had a great experience and would definitely recommend.
An absolutely amazing guitar player entertained us during the evening : a stunning experience
Even the Londoners from Spain are coming to that restaurant
6 of us went there for dinner on a Tuesday night. The place serves tapas. The decor is lovely, staff very friendly and guitarist great. The food was ok but not as good as I remembered it to be from previous visits. Maybe the standard has slipped a little. What was really annoying was that we ended up way over ordering because the waiter told us we should order between 3-4 dishes per person. Given there were 6 of us, that would be 18-24 dishes so I ordered 2 x 11 dishes =22 which is somewhere in between. I had asked the waiter whether 1 dish would be enough to share between 6 and was told that I should order 2, hence I ordered 2 of everything. When the dishes arrived, I was surprised that they weren't normal tapas size dishes but were very large in portion. The meat dishes were main course sizes. We were very badly advised and definitely did not need to order 2 of everything. I would say that you would want to order 2 1/2 dishes per person. We ordered the Iberico jammon which was tasty but too thickly cut. It was not cheap, the bill came to £341 with 2 bottles of wine. The restaurant should train their staff to better advise customers on the number of dishes/person. We are big eaters and we didn't manage to finish everything as there was a ridiculously huge amount of food.
We enjoyed our evening at Capote Y Toros, the food was very good and the service friendly and helpful. One issue though, was the wine list, it was laid out in a different way to most restaurant wine lists which made it difficult to navigate, the main problem with it though was that there were hardly any wines at the lower price range, we found two under £30 a bottle, one red and one white. I think that makes this an expensive evening out for a few plates of excellent tapas in fairly casual surroundings, hence my low rating for value for money.
Terrific experience, no complaints at all.
Great tapas and amazing wine.
I enjoyed the fantastic paletilla and the rest of the charcuterie.Also great choice of wines.
Generally great experience. Food was a-m-a-z-i-n-g! Very tasty! The staff was very friendly as well. Suggested spot. Though, it's pricey.
Fantastic food and a fantastic guitar player
The tortilla with chorizo is an absolute must
Warm, helpful service. Food delicious. Great atmosphere. Manager Camilo is a real gentleman. He couldn't have been more helpful. We will definitely be back.
Great food in a lovely, authentic restaurant. The menu isn't big but that means everything on it is lovely. Live music as well!
Came here early on a Saturday. Was quiet to start off with, more diners arrived later in the evening. Good wine list and knowledge from our waiter. Food is high quality and priced appropriately. Service was brisk throughout. Nice ambience, some live music towards the end also. Good location for a date/ meal with your SO. We were sat by the window, the only downside of which related to witnessing the unusual procession of waiters and occasionally kitchen staff going in and out of the front door, at times carrying items on trays, to and from somewhere up the road. Not a problem per se but one does wonder what they were up to.
Nice little tapas and sherry bar, was quite quiet when we went for some reason though. Patatas bravas, chorizo, squid and croquettes were particular highlights!