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Serving up authentic Spanish cuisine in a stylish setting at the foot of the Ropewalks, Neon Jamon is one of Liverpool’s most loved tapas bars. A testament to its popularity, Neon Jamon has a couple of locations in the city centre and you’ll find this branch conveniently located on Berry Street. With exposed brickwork and industrial-chic furniture, this tapas and wine bar has tonnes of hip appeal. Open seven days a week, Neon Jamon is a popular choice for both lunch and dinner. Guarantee a table at this central Liverpool hotspot by making a reservation in advance!
Tapas are all the rage in Liverpool right now, and if you’re looking for some of the best in the city, we recommend making your way to Neon Jamon on Berry Street. This stylish Spanish restaurant provides diners with tasty dishes that won’t break the bank, with lunch specials galore and plenty of wallet-friendly options. Like any good Spanish restaurants, Neon Jamon serves a wide range of wines, cavas and cocktails to wash down your selection. Located in Ropewalks wright in the centre of town, the friendly folks at this popular Spanish restaurant look forward to serving you.
When it comes to home-cooked Spanish food, Neon Jamon’s Berry Street location’s got you covered. Tuck into some Malaga-style little squids, sauteed mushrooms or graze on a charcuterie board of premium Spanish cured meats, the perfect accompaniment to a bottle of cava. Try Neon Jamon’s mini salt cod tortilla, some sea bass and fried chorizo, albondigas (Spanish meatballs), or go the meat-free route with tapas like sauteed mushrooms, aubergine fritters and their zesty tomato, chilli and mint salad. Discover your favourite by booking your table at this restaurant in Liverpool’s Ropewalks ASAP!
Fantastic food, lovely atmopshere and really found that everything about the place had a great feel. Been here before and i would certainly recommend this restaurant. 10 out of 10
We had a wonderful range of tapas. All were delicious, we would recommend the tortilla and the fries with eggs and chorizo. Great service and atmosphere
Enjoyed the food. Enjoyed the fact that there was a Spanish member of staff to chat to!. We had a great evening. Definitely go back!
Food is lovely, a great place to go for tapas, the straw fries and eggs are a must have to share. Well worth a visit
The food was exceptional, especially given that it was very busy so it would have been easy to drop the standards a little in order to keep the pace up. As it is tapas, the food comes out as and when it's ready, but it's quick enough that nobody was waiting long. Between our table (which was four of us) we had the olives (not so great, very little by way of seasoning so were somewhat bland), ribs (amazing), Mini hamburgers (very nice, but disappointingly small. So much so that I actually wouldn't recommend getting these, given the incredibly poor value they represent), sauted mushrooms (also amazing, somewhat unexpectedly so), hake (simply wonderful, possibly the best of the whole meal), patatas bravas (nice, but nothing special), string fries (unusual extremely thin and crispy chips, not really my cup of tea by the table enjoyed them) and finally belly pork (not the best example of belly pork I have ever eaten, but was still very good). Overall i would definitely recommend it, as the atmosphere was lively and the food all in all was great. Value for money wasn't really the best (£100 on the nose, but we weren't even drinking) but we can't exactly say we left hungry, so while the portion sizes weren't the best, the quantity across the table set us up to fill ourselves nicely.
We really enjoyed our visit to Neon Jamon on Berry Street in Liverpool. The restaurant is conveniently located for visiting Liverpool's Georgian and Rope Walks Quarters. Our table was reserved for lunch time and we ordered a total of 6 dishes on the 2 for £9 offer. We were not disappointed. The food was tremendous, portions generous and staff excellent. Being Tapas we looked no further the the draught Estrella which provided the perfect liquid accompaniment. Having eaten in the majority of Liverpool's Tapas restaurants we can confirm that Neon Jamon is one of the best available. Don't forget to visit us at liverpool tourist.guide which is full of information about Liverpool.
Overall, a good experience and any points below that appear "negative" are only quite minor niggles. welcome was good, and when we asked to be seated away from the front door (it was a very cold evening and the draoughts from the door would have been a proper spoiler - a second set of doors is needed at the street level to reduce draughts) the manager was good enough to relocate us with no fuss. Drinks were good, and not too many so as to cause choice paralysis. Food as a whole was very nice, and the staff very friendly and helpful, there just weren't enough of them for the covers and parties they were working (or so it seemed to me). Finally, the Licor43 coffee to finish was as good a liquor coffee as I have had in a very long time.
Visited this restaurant following a recommendation from a friend, unfortunately we were massively disappointed. After being sat at a sticky table with crumbs from the previous customers, we were handed our ripped paper menus, and left without drinks for about 10 minutes. Finally ordered food and drinks, only for one of our overpriced microwaved dishes to arrive before our drinks. On noticing we were sat at a table without cutlery we asked our waitress for some, who simply pointed at the table next to us and stated "yeah they're over there", forcing us to interrupt someone else's meal to get some. We'd ordered several dishes to share, and were soon left with no room on the table as waitresses brought more dishes, but neglected to take any empty plates back with them. My partner was left without a drink for the majority of his meal (after a long day at work and a long journey time I admit he does inhale his beers), but no further drinks were offered until all empty plates had been cleared. As someone who's worked in the service industry for a long time I usually have a lot of respect for waiting staff and will give them the benefit of the doubt, but unfortunately this was the worst service I've had for a long time, only made worse by the sub-par overpriced tapas. Only redeeming feature was probably the gluten free beer, and I'm not entirely sure they can take credit for that.
I was really impressed with Neon Jamon on Berry Street, the staff were very friendly and professional and provided us with some great recommendations from the menu. We all found the food to be excellent, the menu does change from time to time but I'd highly recommend the ox cheek and the morcilla & eggs. All in all I'd give this top marks and I'll definitely be returning soon to try out some more of the dishes on offer.
Neon Jamon used to be my favourite restaurant in Liverpool and the tapas was amazing. Our last visit was really disappointing. I can't describe the experience any better way other than saying that I felt as though they were cutting corners slightly, but charging the same (slightly overpriced) prices. Dishes such as the patatas bravas took a long while to come out and when they did, they had a dash of aioli on and no sauce whatsoever. It just felt like they were making savings and it was affecting the quality of their meals. I like Neon Jamon that much that I will definitely give it another chance before I decide whether or not to ever go back again. I'm sure it was just a one off but after spending well over £100, the 4 of us felt like there was something lacking. Shame.