- 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.
07 May 2019
Awarded a stunning Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2013, 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.
26-27 D'Arblay Street, London, W1F 8EP
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Customer reviews for Copita
((((* 9 October 2016 by Kostas from london
Good selection of dishes and ingredients very well executed. Simple, delicious, non pretending food.
(((** 20 September 2016 by Amelia from London
Service was slow. Staff had to be promoted on various occasions. Little recommendations when struggling to choose which wine to get. Food good but not amazing.
(**** 14 September 2016 by Cedric from Singapore
Unfriendly service, very costly. Didn't feel the Spanish courtesy.
((((* 2 September 2016 by Jung from London
Great food, great drinks.
Ordered a mix of starters, fish dishes and today's special.
The stools were not the most comfortable seats and the table perhaps a little high.
Small restaurant, but nice ambience, I booked a late lunch so was not too busy/loud.
((((( 4 August 2016 by Anne from London
(**** 28 July 2016 by Filip from London
Poor choices, for a Spanish restaurant it was missing olives.. Toilet was broken so ladies and gents used one. Overpriced for what you get.
((((( 2 June 2016 by Jimmy from London
The short rib was excellent. My partner enjoyed the gin cocktail ?? menu.
(((** 31 May 2016 by Janise from Ashford
We were a party of 5. We all ordered 2 different tapas and there was plenty to go round.
It didn't all arrive at the same time. The staff were ok I personally think they could have been more attentive.
((((( 30 May 2016 by Philip from Lytham St Anne's
This was one of the best dining experiences I've ever had. Although no expert, the actual restaurant was every bit what you'd expect an authentic Spanish tapas bar to be - very well done.
We were offered friendly advice regarding the order which turned out to be spot on. Our meal included cod rolls (very tasty), asparagus (perfectly cooked) chicken with harrisa and sardines - again very tasty and all well presented. Even the bread and olives to start excelled. It really is hard to fault anything here and although the wooden stool seating may not be everyone's first choice, it was all part of the experience. This place is the real deal.
((((( 9 May 2016 by Duncan from London
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