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Iberica Marylebone

Location pin

195, Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PS - 

  • Credit card

    From
    £1800 min spend

  • Users

    Up to
    150 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Our flagship restaurant, just two minutes’ walk from Great Portland Street tube station is one of our more diverse spaces for private events. Featuring award-winning Spanish design, the restaurant walls are adorned with Andalusian tiles, glass hanging lanterns and a feature bar to welcome your guests. Upstairs hosts plenty of cosy corners, low intimate lighting and our stunning private dining room, the ‘Caleya’ room.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 150

Dining

Dining

up to 100

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Disabled access

Disabled access

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Tea

Tea

Space rules

Allowed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Attendee Minimum Age

18

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 3 days before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Moni C.

    April 2024

    Iberica is one of the musts Spanish restaurants in London. With reasonable prices and very traditional dishes you can never go wrong. This particular restaurant has different seating spaces that accomodate all needs. Our musts to order are: chorizo lollipops, croquetas, pan con tomate, secreto ibérico. Do not order tortilla, not good!

  • Grouse K9

    April 2024

    Came for an early, romantic dinner. I thought we must have been the old people eating early or joining the post-work groups. We sat upstairs in a comfortable corner and had a pretty good meal. They advised 40 minutes for the paella, but it actually took a lot less time than that. Probably because it was still pretty empty and the kitchen could focus on it. We ordered 3 tapas with it and for the two of us, we should have had just two. For starters the paella was pretty good. However, the de-heading and de-shelling of the langoustine's is quite a messy affair. Wish they would have given us some proper cleaning supplies or if they took care of that ahead of time. Tasty, however. The Patatas Bravas were flavorful, but it was basically a well flavored fries/chips dish. Should have gotten something more special. The Croquetas were like Jalapeno Poppers, but without the Jalapeno (sorry, I'm from Texas). Finally, the Chorizo Tortilla was good, but again - nothing lit my fire of food passion. Go to enjoy a beautiful spot and interesting tastes.

  • Jana Abelovská

    April 2024

    The food was good and decently priced for the location, my favourites were: Seafood paella (share between 3) Grilled octopus Prawns Cheese croquettes Patatas bravas I think suggestion of 2-3 tapas plates per person is reasonable if you are not a super hungry person. Ambiance was a bit loud at times, service wasn’t the fastest as it took at least 30 minutes for someone to acknowledge us and take the order. Tapas comes as soon as it’s ready so you don’t get all your plates at the same time. Waiting time for paella is 30 mins.

  • A Owen

    March 2024

    the service was a real letdown. We had to practically beg for our drinks twice because the waitress kept forgetting about us, although it wasn't busy at all.The paella arrived overly burned. The presence of charred bits made it nearly inedible, a far cry from what one would expect from a Spanish restaurant.We had to ask for wipes on two separate occasions, and even then, we were given only four when we needed five. While it must be said that the overall ambiance and the non-paella dishes were enjoyable, it is hard to overlook the disappointing level of service received.