Hidden tapas restaurant between the Sheraton and Hilton at Park Lane. Good service, tasty spanish dishes and excellent wine! Muga! We loved the pata negra!
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Had a lovely time in this quite quaint place, located just off Piccadilly. Great food & drinks, that you would expect in a traditional tapas restaurant. The guys serving were running around a bit in "mañana-mode" and we had to ask for some things twice...More
We ordered a wide variety of food some of which was good and some very average such as the bread. In addition we shared one glass of wine, a tres colores salad, fried potatoes, eggplant, fried squid, and one chicken and sausage plus one flan....More
Booked for a Saturday evening so the place was very busy. Great atmosphere. Ordered the 2 set menus plus some extras. Highlight for me was the higado - melt in the mouth !! Portions were generous. Wine was reasonable & decent selection. Service was prompt...More
This is a great buzzy, busy, friendly restaurant and probably the best value in Mayfair, which is generally extremely overpriced
We were two couples went out for tapas at El Pirata and has the two set menus. The food came fast and tasty. Was it like being in Spain? No but it was still very good. Very popular spot. For London, the prices were also...More
Central London is blessed with plenty of very good tapas restaurants, and having eaten in many of them I thought El Pirata in Mayfair to be pretty average at best. The staff were very welcoming and the place was busy, so had a good buzz....More
We visited London again from our home in East Yorkshire last weekend and could not resist going back to this great Spanish restaurant, My wife and I opted to eat at the end of the Bar, Jose and his staff were as always very friendly...More
if you never have before Spanish tapas this restaurant could cope with your expectation. But, if you have been in Spain before and you would like to repeat flavors. This place is not really good for that.