Dear diners, unfortunately, children may not enter this restaurant after 6pm on Friday or Saturday. If children arrive before 6pm, they may stay until 9:30pm.Please be aware that on Saturdays, groups larger than 10 must order from the set menu.
La Rueda has been wheeling out Spanish food and hot club nights since the mid-1980s from its Clapham High Street premises, for far longer than most in this now-vibrant area of London. La Rueda did tapas before tapas were trendy, and they continue to serve happy guests with fine wine, great cocktails, and unmissable opportunities to dance the night away, including their popular Sunday Latin club nights, perfectly matched with their house paella.
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Food was lovely and the staff friendly. I definitely recommend it
Great traditional food, full of flavour and great selection. Will definitely come back.
La Rueda’s original outpost along Clapham High Street is still going strong, decades after kickstarting the Latin and Spanish tapas craze in London. Midway between Clapham Common and Clapham North stations, La Rueda offers the area’s best tapas and Spanish cuisine for casual, intimate dining during the week, late-night parties come the weekend, and a great selection of classic and contemporary Spanish wine alongside delicious cocktails. If you’re looking for a great deal on Spanish food south of the river, be sure to check out La Rueda’s early-bird and group dining specials.
La Rueda has been around the block, and with such a wealth of experience when it comes to serving London with superb Spanish cuisine under their belts, it’s no surprise that their menu is as long as it is. It begins with fresh and traditional pescado (fish) dishes, proceeds with authentic Iberian rice and noodles, crosses carnes, and ticks off an incredible number of tapas plates for sharing. There’s a great lunch menu, too, and an affordable three-course party menu for when you book a party at Clapham High Street’s longest standing Spanish. Clapham locals also flock to La Rueda when day turns into night – the weekends here are all about the party.