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Really lovely place! Very accommodating for my wheat allergy and service was great!
great food and service! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Great little restaurant with really good and genuine tapas, fab wines and lovely staff. Perfect before or after a production at the nearby Cervantes theatre which puts on plays in Spanish and English. Try both places!
Mar I Terra brings authentic Spanish cuisine to Southwark. Owner and staff are always welcoming. Friendly, relaxed and great food and wine - nice lunch in the sunny garden....
Excellent food, attentive service, great atmosphere. Mar I Terra serves authentic Spanish tapas in a great little restaurant with a family run feel. The only let down was the sangria that tasted like sherbert, presumably due to an overload of sugar but every dish we had, which was about half those on the menu, was great. Will definitely return here next time we're in Southwark. Only a short walk from the hustle and bustle of the Southbank, Tate Modern & Globe Theatre but so different in atmosphere from the chain outlets near them. Truly a hidden gem set as it is in a quiet little side street.
I love this place. warm, authentic and delicious food. Be aware that the service is friendly and effective, but slow - very Manana, so don't come if you are in a hurry. Come if you want to relax and have a leisurely and delicious meal and talk with friends. Beers and sherries excellent. Wine list very interesting. My only reservation in recommending Mar I Terra is it is small and I don't want to not be able to get a table if it gets too popular.
A real find! I met my son and daughter for a delightful lunch of tapas in this little restaurant tucked away in a back street near Southwark Tube station. We were warmly welcomed by Rafa and his team. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, but the service was very good. And, without exception, every tapas dish we ordered was delicious. I will definitely definitely be going to Mar I Terra regularly from now on.
Mar I Terra; cosy and friendly, with superb food --- but reasonable prices. The tapas selection is really very good. This is an excellent local family restaurant. There used to be lots like this in London forty years ago, but I thought they had all gone now. How glad I am to be wrong!
Had so many people recommend this restaurant and so with expectations of smooth service, fabulous tapas and place for a family celebration I headed for a great meal. What I got for the money I paid was average, sorry guys at Mar I Terra, but maybe 'back in the day' your reputation was deserved but it's a once only experience for me. Food was OK but nothing to blow you away - portions were small but at the higher price level and service was again OK but not worth the tip I paid, as often I was left straining my hand like a kid at the back of the class, seeking the teachers attention - understandable if it was busy but the place was empty - that should have been a clue. My view is if you want a bottle of wine after work and something to nibble then probably OK, if you want an authentic tapas experience you'll be disappointed!
Our first visit ( even though the restaurant has been going for 17 years!). Only a few tables occupied when we arrived just after 6pm on a Saturday for an early dinner after the theatre but soon filled up resulting in a lovely buzzy atmosphere. All the staff seem to be Spanish, friendly and efficient. Good selection of tapas and a couple of daily specials - all reasonably priced in our view. Not as upscale and 'trendy' as Brindisa and Barrafina ( of which we are big fans) but in a way all the more enjoyable for that. It genuinely felt like being in a Spanish tapas bar. This will definitely be on our regular list from now on.