Hospitality design: the best Spanish restaurant design in London.

Angels & Gypsies, London
Bar Esteban, London
Brindisa, London
Copita, London
Boqueria, London
Mas Q Menos, London
Iberica, London

Holiday season is almost over but we’re here to help you keep that warm holiday feeling alive all year long.  If you are already missing those delicious tapas spots in the Mediterranean, we have some good news. When it comes to hospitality design, London is filled with charming and delicious places for you to enjoy. Good food and a cutting edge restaurant design – what more could you possibly ask for?


Angels & Gypsies

With a church-like ambience,  Angels & Gypsies  offers excellent northern Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine mixed with a cozy environment. Blue and white tiles combine perfectly with the brown stone bricks and legs of ham hanging in the window – a restaurant design that sets the mood for a tasty evening.


Bar Esteban

Bar Esteban is a unique location that blends the warmth and energy of Barcelona with the edgy cool design of a Brookyln restaurant. Brick walls, a large steel bar, wooden floors, furniture that doesn’t seem to match (although it actually does) plus memorabilia from Jerez and other areas in Spain that create the perfect environment to enjoy the Spanish classics.



One of the main importers of Spanish food in London, you can find Brindisa restaurants near Borough Market, Soho, South Kensington and Shoreditch, plus a food shop and bar in Brixton. As well as the impeccable quality of the food,  every location shares the same good taste in design.  Modern furniture with a touch of Mediterranean colour will ensure that you enjoy a really authentic experience.



Copita is a place filled with authentic Spanish charm.  It has chequered floor, tiled walls, overhead fans, traditional bar stools, warm colours, and a tasty selection of tapas that will give you the feeling of being on holiday all year long.



With simple modern lines, Boqueria doesn’t have a traditional  Spanish restaurant design but certainly evokes that mood with a modern twist. The menu offers good traditional dishes but also reinvents Spanish cuisine with some more creative options.


Mas Q Menos

From the same owners of the Cacheiro Restaurants in Barcelona (the group that includes restaurants like Chéri, Bimba’s, Tenorio, El Gran Cafe, La Tramoia, Divinus and Trobador), Mas Q Menos is the perfect spot for authentic tapas with a contemporary and stylish décor. Dark walls contrast with simple yet charming brown furniture to offer guests a comfortable environment to enjoy a fantastic meal. 



Michelin Star Chef Nacho Manzano, owner of Casa Marcial in Arriondas and La Salgar in Gijón, brings the taste of hot and cold Spanish tapas to London served with a contemporary twist. The Iberica restaurant’s design was created by Lázaro Rosa Violán of the renowned Barcelona based Comtemporain Studios. It brings together traditional elements of Spanish cuisine with a modern open interior  and impressive open plan kitchen.