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La Fabrica - Crouch End

Crouch EndSpanish, Tapas
137 Reviews

About La Fabrica - Crouch End

North Londoners, rejoice! It’s easier than ever now to visit Spain, cloaked in a warm and welcoming restaurant named La Fabrica. This eatery on Crouch End’s Broadway Parade scores big with everyone who likes their authentic Spanish food at a reasonable price. If that sounds good to you, you’ll definitely fall in love with La Fabrica. Featuring a superb selection of wines, diners are welcome to get their drink on while enjoying fantastic eats at this London hotspot.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 6:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:30 pm - 11:00 pm
12:30 pm - 10:30 pm


La Fabrica - Crouch End
31 Broadway Parade, Crouch End
London N8 9DB

Menu Highlights



Boquerones en vinagre

marinated fillets of anchovies

Gambas al Ajillo

prawns in a garlic, chilli & wine sauce

Salmon a la riberena

Salmon fillet cooked in cider with jamon
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More about La Fabrica - Crouch End, London

With nearly as much Spanish flavour as a city tour through Madrid, La Fabrica on Crouch End’s Broadway Parade is North London’s go-to locale when it comes to excellent food and drinks from southern Europe. Enjoy great hospitality as well as a wonderful selection of freshly prepared food and seasonal delicacies. An assortment of homemade tapas are waiting for you to be tried and tasted, and a fine selection of meats, fish and vegetarian options add to the selection in an impressive manner.

Indulge in a tasty and hearty Spanish lunch, quickly prepared and specially priced. Whether you opt for a healthy salad, like the beetroot and goat cheese salad, or you’d rather split a big paella with friends, you’ll taste the authenticity in every heaping bite. You won’t find another place in London’s Crouch End offering such a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere – La Fabrica is simply the perfect place to meet up with friends and loved ones after work or on the weekends.

137 La Fabrica - Crouch End Reviews

137 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Great value
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John C.8 months ago · 3 reviews

My wife and I have been regulars at Sabor and la Bota, as it was before its refurbishment. We were not completely happy with the changes made, notably to the menu, and the move away from tapas, but were delighted to find that the new pre-cinema tapas menu consisted of beautifully prepared dishes and was great value for money -even better than our memories of la Bota.

Anna P.8 months ago · 8 reviews

Th refurbished interior is an improvement, feeling more spacious. Don't worry about the changes of name - now La Fabrica - the food and service remains second to none.

Scott R.9 months ago · 2 reviews

Staff were very attentive and it was a lovely evening, we stayed till it closed, very romantic and the food was perfect! Thanks guys. we would come again.

Nancy R.10 months ago · 1 review

Excellent food and staff; lovely atmosphere. Portions are generous. Particularly like the chick pea and spinach stew. My local tapas restaurant and I'll continue to of my favourites!

Sarah R.a year ago · 1 review

This was our second visit to La Bota. There has always been a good friendly welcome here and the food and selection is great. It was just unfortunate that we didn't receive all the dishes we ordered. There was some confusion, they gave us the wrong dish and when we advised we hadn't ordered it, it should have been something else with the same main ingredient it somehow removed another dish from our it turned out we had plenty to eat with the 5 dishes between us and didn't need the 6th. We had ordered water but received none. We never ordered olives but were given some, this had happened on a previous visit so we never thought anything of it but there was a £2.50 charge on the bill for it which is even more expensive that they charge for olives, according to their website it should be £1.95! The charge for the Sangria on the bill was higher than the price in the menu, the menu price was £13 something and the charge was £14.50. There were just too many small things that weren't right for us to completely relax and enjoy our evening...I say evening but somehow, and I still don't quite know how, we were in and out in 30 minutes! Sadly just not the relaxing Saturday night meal out we'd been expecting.

Anne C.a year ago · 4 reviews

Sabor is a rebooted La Bota. We used to love La Bota, so were a bit worried it had changed. However, it was a pleasant surprise. A bit more expensive (admittedly, La Bota was quite low budget), but we thought it was worth it. Some old favourites were still on the menu, with some new and imaginative additions. We always stick to the tapas, so can't speak for main courses. We particularly liked the tartare of tuna with avocado cream and sesame seeds. We thought it was sensational. We wanted to order another one, but we'd already eaten the last one available that night. We intend to go again.

Liz B.3 years ago · 4 reviews

La Bota is a consistently good restaurant. The service is friendly and efficient and because we use it so much they always recognise us and have a joke. The tapas is great. Try the beetroot salad or boquerones and patatas bravas with the Temtranillo wine. Delicious! There is now a sister restaurant in Stroud Green called La Fabrica which is also fantastic and very trendy. The guy who runs both of these eateries has definitely found a winning formula!

John C.2 years ago · 3 reviews

We are regular customers at La Bota, often combining a meal there with a visit to the nearby Arthouse Cinema. We are invariably impressed with the selection and quality of the tapas, the service and value for money at La Bota and highly recommend it.

Stella C.2 years ago · 2 reviews

The food at La Bota is superb, always and the fact that people were turned away because the tables were filled by 8pm is indicative of its popularity. The staff are charming and we love going there. We've also been there on a flamenco evening which was very atmospheric.

Kate F.3 years ago · 1 review

I have lived in crouch end for a quite a long time and really don't know why I hadn't tried La Bota before. The service and food was lovely and the portions were just right. We ordered plenty of food and felt the prices were extremely reasonable. Looking forward to going back soon