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Inside the stunning listed antique Hepper House, Iberica Leeds serves celebrated tapas and other Spanish delicacies. Downstairs is an intimate wine bar with a huge selection of vintages, and there are three events spaces and a private dining room as well.
Authentic tastes of Spain on the Iberica Leeds menu come from the finest imported ingredients. From the deli, there are is jamon Iberico, alongside all other kinds of charcuterie, and artisan cheeses. The tapas selection includes chicken wings in Canarian mojo pico sauce, roasted bone marrow with steak tartare, and green asparagus toast, while the popular paella selection includes a vegetarian recipe.
Sumptuous desserts at Iberica in Leeds includes the celebrated signature caramelised Spanish rice pudding, as well as classic churros with chocolate, which can be paired with the digestif licor café de orujo. There are other fine brandies and sherries also on the menu, as well as an extensive selection of Spanish wines.
Boasting a variety of striking styles and a warm Spanish ambience, Iberica Leeds is a 6-minute walk from Leeds Rail Station.
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21 November 2019
Beautiful surroundings, delicious food. Really impressed.
4 October 2019
Such a great evening. Gorgeous food, attentive service and a present for my son , whose birthday it was, of chocolate and churros. Would highly recommend. Oh and the surroundings are beautiful.
13 August 2019
Our third visit to Iberica, Leeds over the last 18 months. For us it is an ‘expensive Tapas’ resturant, but on saying that it is perfect for that special occasion. For that hungary person it may work out a little expensive. The meals don’t all come together as they are prepared fresh for you which takes a little time, they are also not ‘piping hot’, bit like you get food served in Spain. There were 6 of us and we were recommended to choose 3 per person. I shared with my husband, we only chose 5 dishes as he doesn’t eat a lot. Garlic prawns (6) tortilla, manchego cheese (6slices), patas bravas, and a tomato flat bread. Don’t get me wrong, it was all great, but aired, which we accepted. We didn’t go OTT with the drinks as it was a school night, 3 bottles of wine and a few beers, the bill was £270. The building used to be an auction house, it still has its character and charm, with its ornate light fittings and shades. There is also a nice bar downstairs too. Can of course recommend for that special occasion.
24 July 2019
It was great, thanks
17 February 2019
The food is amazing! Very friendly service. Thank you
24 August 2018
Friendly service, fantastic food
17 August 2018
Very beautiful restaurant. Good atmosphere. Foods are tasty.
1 June 2018
Food, Ambience and Service all first rate - we had a variety of dishes and they were all good. The restaurant is in a stunning building, the only slight negative is that all this luxury does come at a price.
27 May 2018
Excellent service and standard of food, beautiful surroundings
27 April 2018
Great atmosphere, attentive staff and good food. it was our first visit so not too sure what to expect . Would definitely come back
Lunch & Early Evening: Trio De Tapas £13.95 / 1 tapa and 28-day aged ribeye £20