Collecting more awards than most people stamps, Copita on D’Arblay Street 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 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.
Cherishing the Spanish culture of eating either standing up or on stools at bar level, Copita know it
creates an upbeat, relaxed environment that you don’t get in a restaurant most of the time. Copita
is a venue that reflects this. However, just because it is a bar environment doesn’t mean the food
is secondary to the drink offering, on the contrary, food is a matter of life and death. Our menu is
constantly evolving with a particular focus on sourcing great ingredients.
All of Copita’s wines are served by the glass, half bottle carafe and bottle. And Copita love sherry too, that’s why they have 15 varieties by the glass to choose from. Copita know: Sherry really is a fantastic accompaniment to food. Of course, you can get a lovely cold beer too, glass of top 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.
This was one of my best tapas experiences in London! The chorizo was a highlight of the meal - so juicy and full of flavour.
Have reviewed elsewhere. But in short - fantastic place, fantastic food.
I love this place. Quiet, great staff and fantastic tapas. Copita always have their own little twist on dishes, and the wine menu is great too. Highly recommended.
Great food and service, we loved the choices of gin!
it is a nice place well decorated in the middle of soho/oxford st. staff are friendly and is priced a bit more than the usual because of the area. the food is not something to die for, also they try to be a bit different from the usual tapas place so the menu differs and sometimes it works tastewise but some did not. overall was satisfying.
The food is - always - excellent, the gins magnificent and the vibe a gas. What more can you as for? Other than another helping of the paprika chips and duck's egg.
Good quality food in a relaxed atmosphere. We arrived just before the mid afternoon kitchen break but the chef stayed for an extra quarter of an hour to do our food.
The bar looks beautiful and tipical spanish for tapas, with high tables and stools instead sitting, the team is very good but the products are over priced. Total bill: £47menu: -King prawns (3units) - Brava sweet potatoe -bread,almonds 3beers, 2 espresso (called "solos" in spain), 1rice pudding. So, approx One main course -tapa size-each with beer and coffee pudding to share, £23.5.
Nice tapas and great setting, ideal for informal lunch. Staff were friendly and i really liked the pork belly. Plates too are reasonably sized so a couple or three of the dishes each will suffice.
Fantastic food, laid back atmosphere, good service. Came for a lunch meeting on this occasion and it was an ideal setting. Good value for money too!