Guide MICHELIN 2020

Copita

(77 Reviews)
26-27 D'Arblay Street, London, London, W1F 8EP
Spanish, Mediterranean
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Average

Main course: £10
Food spend: £25

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 16:00 & 17:30 - 22:30. Saturday: 13:00 - 16:00 & 17:30 - 22:30. Sunday: closed.

Restaurant description

Open from July 4th, Copita showcases sumptuous Spanish tapas and an eclectic bar menu. Glossy tiling and polished wood benches offer laidback chic indoors, and cosmopolitan pavement dining is available.

Winning rave reviews from Marina O’Loughlin in the London Metro, Copita restaurant in Soho showcases a constantly evolving menu using fresh market produce. Wholly natural and filled with flavour, Copita restaurant favourites include fresh wild sea bass and scallops with delicate fennel, or succulent venison with pear and oxtail. For dessert, dainty offerings include smooth custard tart, or a cleansing and zesty blood orange sorbet. Triumphing in a very competitive category, Copita was named a winner at the London Restaurant Festival Awards 2012.

A hugely accomplished drinks menu at Copita in London sees most offerings served by the glass, so guests are free to experiment. Prized Copita offerings include San Sebastian-style gin & tonic, and luxurious wines from boutique Spanish growers.

The sister restaurant of award-winning Barrica, Copita Soho draws in a discerning yet relaxed clientele. Tottenham Court Road Tube Station is 6 minutes’ walk away.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for Copita
4.4
(based on 77 reviews)

90%
of diners recommend this restaurant

  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Value
  • Location

Recommended for

  • al fresco (4)
  • business (8)
  • child friendly (2)
  • dinner (46)
  • entertainment (3)
  • large parties (6)
  • lunch (58)
  • luxury (3)
  • private dining (2)
  • romantic (18)
  • trendy (29)
  • value (15)
  • views (1)
  • By Ellen J from London
    4 July 2020

    Couldn’t have chosen a better place to have our first meal out in 4 months! Amazing dishes, especially the goats cheese, the pigs cheek and the prawns! Will not forget the meal in a hurry, hands down best tapas spot in London!

  • By Nneka C from London
    14 February 2020

    We came for our valentine's day meal - the food was incredible, service was great and a it was a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Thank you very much!

  • By Andrew T from London
    28 January 2020

    The restaurant was clean and well set out. The service and food was pretty poor.

  • By Glenn H from London
    24 January 2020

    Fantastically inventive and tasty Spanish food in a lovely, informal and relaxed setting with efficient and friendly staff. Good wines, too!

  • By Emma C from London
    21 November 2019

    Excellent service - food was very tasty and atomosphere lively even on a Thursday lunchtime. Will go again - god value.

  • By Dylan B from Leicester
    2 November 2019

    Booked for 5 online. Tried to make it for 7 later but couldn't. So, booked an extra 2. Popped into the restaurant half an hour before we were due in to check we could all sit together - as it was a big birthday weekend. Manager told me all was fine - and he'd guessed we'd want to be together due to having the same surname on the booking. All good. e then arrive literally a half hour later and he's managed to give our table to someone else. Unbelievable. We agree to go off for a drink and pop back later. Which we did. Eventually sat down about 40minutes after we had booked. Not good. Still felt pretty positive as we were in good birthday spirits and knew the food was ace as we have been many times before. However, we had a really disappointing meal for the first time at Copita. Poorly seasoned. Some stuff undercooked. Just a bit poor throughout. Nothing horrendous. Just really really below par.

  • By Catherine S from London
    24 October 2019

    Delicious food cooked with fresh, authentic ingredients. Interesting choices on the menu. Fave dishes were the chickpea stew, cod fritters and boneless chicken. Great atmosphere and friendly staff. Good wine list too with a nice selection of Spanish Rioja and Albariño

  • By Rosina C from London
    12 October 2019

    The restaurant was fantastic. It is in a great location and has a great variety of dishes. It truly channels Spain and I will definitely be returning

  • By Chris M from London
    4 May 2019

    Absolutely fantastic

  • By Chris T from London
    3 May 2019

    Good tapas some different dishes some traditional, all well prepared reasonably quickly and nicely spaced out in terms of when they brought to the table . Quality but nit cheap at £88 for two with four beers ! I will return

Restaurant Location Map
Copita
26-27 D'Arblay Street, London, London, W1F 8EP

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