140 St Vincent Street, G2 5LA

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: Spanish, Tapas

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  • £15
    £15 for 3 tapas from tapas lunch menu

About Iberica

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 3

    The food and atmosphere is incredible but must admit the portions are a tad on the small size We ordered the duck and the beetroot served 4 ways and I was amazed at the size of the duck portions- absolutely tiny. From now on I will only order from the main menu and not the specials . Not worth it
    - dined in restaurant 19/05/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 3

    Excellent afternoon in Iberica

    Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience in Iberica. We were there for a late lunch and on arriving we were offered a taster of three hams. The staff were very attentive and informative although it was not busy. The tapas were excellent if not cheap. The atmosphere in the Iberica is very good,comfortable and smart. Would heartily recommend the restaurant to others
    - dined in restaurant 08/03/2017

Authentic Spanish restaurant in Glasgow city centre

Since opening in the autumn of 2016, Ibérica has quickly established a reputation for serving high quality, bona fide Spanish dishes in a smart but casual setting. Once a St Vincent Street bank, the red sandstone building has been given a stunning refurbishment by the Spanish designer Lázaro Rosa Violán. The restaurant’s design emphasizes the Celtic heritage shared by Northern Spain and Scotland, and includes a set of Asturian bagpipes.

Regional Spanish dishes

Ibérica offers a casual tapas menu designed by Executive Head Chef Nacho Manzano who runs 3 renowned restaurants in Asturias, north of Spain. Many of the dishes take their cue from this region, but Spanish classics such as Tortilla Española (Spanish omelet) or Croquetas de Jamón (Ham croquettes) are also present in the menu.

Centered around top quality Spanish produce, the menus are seasonal and constantly evolving. In addition to a selection of authentic tapas, there are carefully sourced Spanish cheeses, cured meats and jamón from acorn-fed Iberian pigs alongside a grilled selection of Galician beef and interesting cuts of Iberian pork. A snack menu to nibble while you drink like an authentic Spaniard is available by the bar. If you can’t have enough of Ibérica, you can purchase Spanish delicacies from the delicatessen to bring this truly Spanish flavour home.

Glasgow city centre transport

Ibérica Glasgow is on the corner of St Vincent Street and Hope Street. The transport hubs of Central and Queen Street train stations are a five minute walk. There is restricted on-street parking and pay car parking on Mitchell Street. Local attractions include Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the shopping opportunities of Buchanan and Argyle Street.

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Tasting Ibérica: 6 dishes not to miss

As the 5pm blog reported last month, Ibérica, the casual dining Spanish restaurant chain, was due to open its first Scottish restaurant in Glasgow last week. We attended its opening to experience the restaurant before opening its doors to the public last Friday.

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