Iberica Canary Wharf
Choose between the busy ambiance at our bar and lounge area downstairs or a quieter table on one our mezzanines, which also make the perfect setting for a Spanish style corporate event.
Check out Ibérica Canary Wharf’s little sister La Terraza, a unique outdoors bar and restaurant, opening every spring throughout the summer.
For more information, please visit: http://www.ibericarestaurants.com/restaurants/iberica-canary-wharf/
Was very surprised that portions became smaller and also the menu changed. Not sure it was a right move. Wine was good as always
Amazing Spanish Restaurant. Food is great, really spanish touch. The service is very kind and quickly. I will repeat, for sure.
The service wasn't that great. Lengthy, no smile, brusque.
The food was okay. I've had much better Spanish tapas elsewhere, so it definitely felt over-priced to me. The service was great though, and I loved the ambience of the restaurant.
Great food, one of my favourite tapas restaurants, the croquettes and octopus are amazing
Nice location, lovely restaurant. The food I felt was very salty and overpriced
Fantastic food and fantastic company what else could you ask for?
The atmosphere and staff was very good as always. The quality of the food though got worse since my last time there (approx 1 year ago).
Excellent choice of tapas
Interesting wine choices
Friendly and helpful service
Food is delicious. Must try the black rice and chorizo lollipops
Lovely staff. Reasonable food. Very noisy.
Great Place, Great Service, Great Food! It was Not my First Time and we would always recomend and Go back!
Although the food was fine, the service was stiff, slow and anything, but friendly
We had really nice food and service. Best aspect is that the place is not crowded and noisy so can have a talk.
Fantastic all round from the front of house to the waiting staff. The food was great and so was the atmosphere. It was a busy Friday evening but the tapas were served at a steady pace.
Poor service, had to ask multiple times to order food/drink. The food was probably the worst tapas I’ve eaten. The chorizo lollipops were particularly disgusting and we left most of our food. Very disappointed.
Varied menu reasonable prices in comparison to other Canary Wharf restaurants. Front of house great
Food was great. Service was slow and a forgotten tapas dish, staff were friendly but overstretched for the busy evening. Tapas menu was diverse and stood out from regular tapas restaurants.
Very good food, great cocktails and wine but can have hit and miss days. Service generally ok but tends to be on the slow side
Simply excellent food, good portion sizes and reasonable prices.
Have been to Iberica a couple of times now, always have a really good time, the food is excellent with a really good selection of food
Place was virtually empty, ordered bread to start only to be told thaey had None, order a specific bottle of beer , again was told thet had run out.
Main dishes arrived before we had finished starter and were just left on the table, had to wait for the bill whilst the staff had a meeting over a bottle of wine downstairs.
All in all was not the best experience, shame since the Manchester branch was very good.
Great choice and quality of food. Will be returning to try the other dishes.
One of my favourite restaurants, all the best
We felt the food was very authentic and tasty. Service was very attentive and our server took a lot of time to explain various dishes to us and make recommendations. We will definitely be coming again.
The food was good and the service was also great. However I do think it’s a little pricey for what it is. We had 4 dishes and a dessert to share and it came to 55 which is quite a lot for 4 tapas dishes. This is not including the drink.
Good food and nice setting.
Great staff, the food was perfect - and the number of vegetarian options was beyond what I expected. Thank you so much for a fantastic evening - we'll definitely be coming back!
Excellent food and recommendations. Got a great table and the service was prompt and warm.
Waited for an hour for Paella, a bit too salty so a little disappointed. Tapas are good though. Service is also excellent. Three people spent around £220, so I don’t think it’s just two ££ signs as google advertised.
Worst service ever
Food was tolerable
Not what I would have expected from a renowned tapas locale
Food was great, but we had a booking at 9pm and at 9.40 we were asked for last food orders as the kitchen was closing which was ridiculous. If that’s the case, they shouldn’t take 9pm bookings. Otherwise food and service were great.
Food good not fantastic but still would go back.
The resturant itself is great .good staff and good atmosphere. Cheese and meat platters a little small to share and 13.50£ each not so good but overall a great night
Amazing service! Especially from the lovely man from Madagascar who even brought out a surprise birthday slice for me even though the kitchen had closed. However the paella was a little disappointing as it only tasted of chorizo and the prawns were basically raw. I had a horrible stomach ache for the entire night. I realize it might have been late and the chef could have been tired but you simply cannot undercook prawns. Other than that the restaurant was beautiful and very well located.
This is the first time i've visited the canary wharf branch - and it had a good atmosphere which is hard in CW especially in a chain restaurant. And the food was very very good!
Amazing, very alert staff. Delicious cuisine. The dining experience was a memorable one!
My dish had enough salt to cover my entire week's intake. My order arrive a full 25 minutes after my guest's order came. And my poor guest out of courtesy kept waiting to start his meal. I had to ask the waiter about my meal. The rice was so salty I left it as it is.