Pradera, one of North London’s original tapas restaurants, offers you delicious authentic tapas and paella with flavours as vibrant as the Spanish sun. In a cosy, friendly and welcoming atmosphere you can savour home-cooked food made from only prime quality ingredients and the freshest produce; plus drinks from our wide selection of wines and new tropical cocktail menu. Visit the website for details of our live Flamenco shows and Cuban music nights – and add an enjoyable cultural dimension to your dining experience.
Established in 2000, Pradera presents all things Spanish in an authentic setting with flavours as
vibrant as the Spanish sun. Visit the restaurant on High Street Hornsey with a peace of mind that
you are never rushed to finish, so sit back and enjoy good food with good friends. And do enjoy the
special events Pradera have regularly: wine tastings and great Flamenco shows make each visit a
stay to truly write home about.
At La Pradera, although they are influenced by Andalusian cuisine, the hosts have attempted to introduce a host of dishes from all over Spain. The restaurant use only the finest ingredients, all pan- fried dishes are carried out in olive oil, all different types of cheese (manchego, feta, mozzarella and many more) as well as meat (Chorizo, Jamon, you know – the works) are of course authentic and of prime quality. Pradera on High Street Hornsey is a true piece of Spain in the north of London.
Friendly staff and the food and atmosphere were great. We had a fabulous evening. Would definitely recommend this restaurant. This place also had live Cuban music band which started at 9pm.
This is my second time eating at this restaurant and would definitely recommend it. Very chilled atmosphere with good food and service, also great cocktails
Went on a Saturday night, nice atmosphere and good food. Live band was very good. Would definitely go back again. Was good value for money
I've been to Pradera on 3 separate occasions and every time the atmosphere and food has been brilliant. One of my friends is Spanish and very hard to please when it comes to tapas. Even she was convinced! Lovely place, lovely food, highly recommended X
Very good food but minor hiccups in the bill. We asked for half liter of wine, which was on menu, but we got the full bottle. We send it back because it was too much for us, and we understood the right unit measurement was the "Caraffe" which was written after 500ml in the menu but apparently is more known. Sometime it appears still there are still issues with metric system (so they want to leave) :). Problem was that in the bill it was still counted as full bottle. However the rest of the food was really good, and music was of my liking. So we decided let it go on the 3 pounds more for the bill. They could have been as tip. One remark. Those were not traditional TAPAS but something more complex and researched. The paella was more risotto than actual paella. But it was a very good risotto, and all the dishes has a very interesting taste e good quantity. I personally recommend the pan Catalano. Some very simple but very good and also well presented.
We were looking forward to try out this restaurant as we had heard through friends that the food was something not too be missed. We ordered a selection of tapas, they arrived fairly quick, however the items were lukewarm, edible, but not unforgettable. There was live music while we were eating which was pleasant and not too loud. Downside: the waitresses were uninterested, made no effort and were downright rude... From what we could observe, the attitude was the same to the clients seating near us. that spoiled our evening...
First time here and was made to feel really welcome. We had already been warned that we would have to be seated at the bar but ample room was made for us there so no issues. We will absolutely return again and again as that steak special needs revisiting...!
A nice restaurant with traditional Andalucian decor, tapas of very good quality and reasonably priced, certainly for the area. Friendly service and a nice place for a relaxing meal with friends. The Gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns) are always good and there is a good selection of Spanish wines
Friendly staff, menu has changed somewhat since the refurbishment, some dishes worked (chicken, prawns, aubergines), others not so (had better patatas bravas). Overall well worth it, and being local will happily return
Nice tasty food, well elaborated dishes Gotta love the Churrasquillo meat dish and the Gambas.Good Cuban cocktails (Pina Colada). Our new local!