Please be aware that during busy periods tables are available for up to 2 hours only. For enquiries, please contact the restaurant directly.
Taste the best that Spain has to offer without ever stepping foot outside of Guildford – head to De Nada to enjoy tapas, wine, sangria and all the other wonderful food and drinks you may associate with this culturally rich Southern European country. Authentic, fresh and delicious, the tapas on offer at this Market Street restaurant provide guests with a welcome change from the usual cuisine. Favourites at De Nada include their tasty chorizo con vino de jerez (pan-fried chorizo with sherry), their calamari fritos (crispy squid), and gambas ajillos (king prawns in garlic and chilli). There’s much more to discover at this town centre restaurant, including an extensive menu of wines to match all of the dishes on offer. See for yourself by booking in advance.
A great place to meet friends happy to share a wide variety of pretty authentic tapas plates. Good wine and very attentive/welcoming staff. Only been here for lunch before but very much enjoyed our evening visit.
The best tapas we have had outside of Spain, it’s the 3rd time we have eaten at De Nada and every time the food has been excellent, the staff are very friendly and attentive and we would recommend this restaurant without hesitation
Such a great restaurant for a quick authentic tapas meal in the middle of Guildford. Location, food and the service are all excellent in our opinion.
Lovely restaurant, friendly service and great food. Went here for an early dinner for my friends birthday after a day shopping in Guildford. I love the atmosphere and authentic Spanish food.
De Nada is about a 40min drive for us and my partner I were really excited to go for a Saturday evening treat. We arrived 6pm and it was not busy. Immediately I was disappointed because the only no alcohol beer option on the menu was not in stock. When we ordered our tapas plates one of them was not available, despite it being so early in the evening. This limited our tapas choices which was also disappointing. I asked for bread to share and was given 4 tiny slices of French bread at a cost of £2 - this was overpriced and very stingy. Our food came out slowly, one plate at a time so that we were not able to enjoy the different plates such a potato and prawns together. My partner and I are both very careful about our food intake but when we go for dinner we like to relax and enjoy the meal.... We both felt the portion sizes were on the small side. The atmosphere was good and the wait staff lovely. However, the overall feel was that it wasn't quite the tapas restaurant we had hoped for and I would not return.
We enjoyed a lovely meal at De Nada. Lovely, cosy setting, relaxed ambiance with a traditional Spanish feel inside. The service was excellent, wine and food both very good. We felt that we could have been in London rather than Guildford - a great quality experience. I would recommend.
Came here not knowing what to expect & found a lively (noisy) restaurant & wine bar. Our waiter took our order without writing it down & did forget one item patatas bravas but it didn't really matter as the food we had was delicious although that dish would have rounded the meal off well. The food certainly arrived quickly & we were finished within half an hour which was amazingly fast & not really what we are expecting. So great food, lively venue but possibly not the place to catch up with friends as too noisy to hear what others were saying. Probably best as a pre/post cinema or theatre meal.
Service was too quick and so felt stressed out and couldn't relax. I asked for a large glass of wine, got a medium, but still charged for a large - luckily the waitress too the entire glass off of the bill. Tapas came out in dishes with no serving spoons (which should be a standard for tapas given that you share it and put it on your plates) so we had to ask. Bread and oil/vinegar came out for starter with a drip of vinegar in and so had to ask for more. Asked for bread to be brought out as a starter before the tapas, but everything came out together. Food was nice though, and the atmosphere was lovely in the restaurant. Would go back again, but would not choose it over 'El Pic' in Camberley.
We had to arrive later than our reserved time but this was accommodated although the restaurant was very busy. The atmosphere was great. The service was fast and friendly (although they had to be reminded to bring a couple of the items we had ordered) and the savoury tapas were delicious, well cooked and typically Spanish. The Crema Catalana and Sangria were good too but the churros were a bit disappointing (tasted like they might have been cooked in the same oil as the savoury items).
We've been a number of times for dinner, just the two of us and it's always been fantastic. However, today (Mother's Day 2017) was a disappointing departure from previous form. Having studied the specials board, we were told there were no specials. Having asked for sauce on the side with the patatas bravas, (to accommodate the kids), they were served smothered in the spicy sauce. We asked for some butter for the kids to have with their bread and were told they had no butter!? How does a restaurant have no butter?! However, we did ask for some favourites that were not on the lunch menu and they accommodated us. All-in-all, a lack lustre performance, so a slightly harsh 4 today because I know they can do better!