About Iberica - Manchester
Stylish Spanish tapas restaurant and bar in Spinningfields
Ibérica is a bright, spacious Spanish restaurant and bar, with a vibrant colour scheme, distinctive prints and contemporary décor. It’s a versatile venue, popular with tapas grazers, drinkers snacking on authentic pinchos, or wine aficionados enjoying bottles from boutique regional wineries. Two outdoors terraces, open all year round, aim for that Mediterranean vibe, if the weather allows.
Tapas, pinchos and paella specials.
Ibérica highlights the best regional Spanish produce and explores all of Spain for inspiration. The tapas menu roams from the green peppers of Padrón to the twice-cooked lamb of Castile, from chicken wings in mojo picon spicy sauce from the Canaries, to Spain’s favourite octopus dish pulpo a la gallega.
Customers can hang out at the bar and nibble a small pincho in the true Bilbao style, or choose something more substantial. Bocadillos, those hearty Spanish sandwiches, are available for takeaway, and the deli is well-stocked with the finest Ibérico hams and chorizos.
There is a weekday lunch menu with a stew of the day, and larger groups with a little more time can enjoy paella cooked to order.
Spinningfields sights and transport
Ibérica is located on Hardman Street in Spinningfields, just a few minutes walk from the Opera House and the People’s History Museum. Deansgate Station is around 15 minutes away on foot.
The nearest bus stop, served by route 3 and the Metroshuttle 1, is on Hardman Square, with several more services stopping nearby on Deansgate. On street parking close to the restaurant is limited. The nearest car park is the NCP Spinningfields car park by the Opera House on New Quay Street, about five minutes walk from Ibérica.