Copita in Soho collects more awards than most people do stamps. On D’Arblay Street, Copita London are a perennial favourite among foodies and lovers of authentic Spanish cuisine and culture alike. Perch on one of the high stools or stay standing and get stuck into the daily menu of small, colourful and tasty dishes. The friendly staff at Copita restaurant add to the atmosphere and everything on the Spanish wine list comes by the glass or – copita. Awarded the Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide, this is a London restaurant not to be missed and it’s immensely popular. You’d better be sure to head to Soho armed with a reservation in your pocket.
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Nice atmosphere for lunch with a good varied menu, nice sized portions.
Very enjoyable lunch as ever. The food here is great and the atmosphere very relaxed.
Really great lunch, sweet potato was 👌🏼 Staff were very friendly too.
Cherishing the Spanish culture of eating either standing up or on stools at bar level, Copita London creates an upbeat, relaxed environment that you don’t get in any old restaurant most of the time. In fact, Copita restaurant doesn’t feel too much like a restaurant at all, but just because it’s a bar environment doesn’t mean the food is secondary to the drink offering. Quite on the contrary, at Copita – excellently located on D’Arblay Street not too far from Oxford Circus Underground – food is a matter of life and death. The Copita London menu is constantly evolving with a particular focus on sourcing great ingredients and is one of our favourite tapas bars in Soho.
All of Copita’s wines are served by the glass, half bottle carafe and bottle. And Copita London love sherry too, that’s why they have 15 varieties by the glass to choose from as the most fantastic accompaniments to Spanish food. Of course, you can get a lovely cold beer too, a glass of quality cava, as well as a San Sebastian-style G&T and a host of other spirits including pacharan, Spanish liqueurs and a small selection of Spanish brandy. For a proper tapas restaurant in London there really is no better shout than Copita Soho.