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La Regata in Southampton, right on the waterfront, means on a sunny day you could easily feel like you’re dining somewhere on the Spanish coast. La Regata Southampton is a charming Spanish tapas restaurant and bar on Town Quay where you can tuck into small plates of Spanish specialities like patatas bravas, chicken and pork croquettes, spicy chorizo and the king prawns in a sizzling garlic sauce. Or, why not indulge in a main course like the paella valenciana or presa iberica (medallions of quality iberico pork shoulder cooked medium in a creamy Asturias apple cider and calvados sauce, served with vegetables and sauteed potatoes)? With its traditional Spanish decor and authentic cuisine, La Regata in Southampton is the place to go for a little Spanish break. Book a table at this Ocean Village hotspot now!
La Regata in Southampton is a tapas restaurant housed inside one of the city’s most beautiful buildings, right on Town Quay. Indeed, La Regata tapas restaurant is one of the most popular places in Southampton when it comes to Spanish cuisine for more than a few good reasons. We’ll start with the dining space itself. Inside, La Regata Southampton is elegant yet simple and genuinely does feel like a restaurant in Spain. White rustic walls are the backdrop for palm trees, plenty of dark wood, Mediterranean-style mosaics and ambient lighting. All of this makes La Regata tapas restaurant a truly pleasant place to sit, made even more so thanks to warm and friendly service.
You can find La Regata Southampton at Town Quay in Ocean Village and there waits one of the finest and most authentic Spanish tapas menus you’ll find. Everything is homemade daily using only the freshest produce and there are traditional Spanish options – such as paella and whole suckling pig – as well as some that are little more contemporary and experimental. La Regata tapas restaurant also has a rotating specials board that’s always full of surprises, complemented of course by a dazzling wine list. You’re best heading to Ocean Village with a reservation in check as La Regata restaurant does fill up fast. Just be sure to arrive with an appetite – you may end up eating one or two more little plates of tapas than you bargained for.