La Fabrica - Stroud Green

(63 Reviews)
45 Stroud Green Road Finsbury Park, London, London, N4 3EF
Spanish
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Opening hours

Tuesday to Thursday: 17:30 - 22:00
Friday & Saturday: 17:30 - 22:00
Sunday: 17:30 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

With a rustic interior of exposed brick, industrial metal lampshades and a mismatched tiles, La Fabrica Stroud Green feels wonderfully cosy and unpretentious. The menu is packed with tapas treats, as well as carefully selected wines and authentic Spanish desserts.

A comprehensive taste of Spain is served on the La Fabrica Stroud Green menu, starting with all kinds of charcuterie, including Iberian ham and black pudding. There is a large cheese selection, perfect to enjoy with one of the carefully selected wines served. The tapas selection features a range of traditional croquettes, along with grilled sardines off the bone with garlic, olive oil, parsley and lemon juice. Classic paella dishes are perfect to share, and there is also an express menu for visitors of the local cinema.

Bold Spanish wines are served at La Fabrica in Stroud Green, while the dessert menu is packed with traditional desserts including churros with thick chocolate sauce, Catalan-style crème brûlée, and tangy sorbet.

Offering a warm Spanish ambience and authentic tapas, La Fabrica Stroud Green is a popular Spanish restaurant in London that is invitingly laid-back. Finsbury Park Tube Station is a 6-minute drive away.

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

Customer reviews for La Fabrica - Stroud Green
4.2
(based on 63 reviews)

92%
of diners recommend this restaurant

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

Recommended for

  • business (3)
  • child friendly (4)
  • dinner (54)
  • entertainment (3)
  • large parties (6)
  • lunch (16)
  • luxury (3)
  • private dining (4)
  • romantic (19)
  • trendy (18)
  • value (12)
  • By Roz U from LONDON
    8 July 2020

    Really nice evening! Enjoyed lamb kebabs and Asparagus, also the sangria was lush. All reasonable price too. Waiters friendly and professional and well prepared with hand gel etc.

  • By Gill D from London
    23 February 2020

    We loved the music. The food was good and the mojito excellent. Will visit again and hope the have music again.

  • By Christine M from London
    19 February 2020

    The best ever. We had the special offer of 6 tapas for £35. Every dish was absolutely lovely. This is now my favourite Tapas restaurent.

  • By Naomi J from London
    13 February 2020

    Delicious different tapas - better than in Spain! Friendly efficient staff and great atmosphere. Would highly recommend.

  • By Dorothy H from London
    30 January 2020

    All the food was delicious and good value

  • By Barry R from London
    18 January 2020

    Great find. Warm and welcoming atmosphere and superb food. Excellent

  • By Gary W from London
    13 December 2019

    Oh dear. Four old school friends turn up one of their regular get-togethers, in a place that I've been to before but on this occasion the food is very disappointing. In a 2.5 hour meal, we ordered about 16 tapas dishes and then a large paella and 2 bottles of wine. Unfortunately, nearly all dishes weren't up to standard - only 2 or 3 were of really good quality. La Fabrica exhibits a lot of the problems that restaurants in London now face - too many dishes / too big a menu / too much competition, with dishes that have to be prepared from a busy kitchen (perhaps understaffed) and an inability to recruit and retain good or experienced staff, particularly in the kitchen area. Customer service was reasonable if not outstanding, but it was more the food that was our concern. After our first tranche of tapas dishes were cleared, we gave feedback to the owner, who listened and smiled but then no further action or comment was taken or made. We gave them a chance to redeem themselves by ordering a large paella dish which at £52 for four was frankly rather expensive and not very good quality at all. These were some of the problems we had with the food: 1. inconsistent seasoning - tortilla with a complete lack of salt but chorizo in red wine intensely salty – too salty to eat, prawns under-seasoned; 2. Extraneous sauces – glazes and sauces a la 1980s added to everything; 3. non-authentic preparation of dishes – batata bravas were basically roasted potatoes (very salty) with a separate pot of tomato sauce – this dish should be cooked with the potatoes and the tomatoes together (laziness in the kitchen as they want to speed up prep), ditto batatas aioli – garlic sauce separate to the pre-cooked potatoes rather than integrated; meat balls a bit undercooked; secretos (pork tender strips) were overcooked; pork belly cooked-off and then seasoned, hence no flavour and probably cooked too quickly, etc, etc. 4. The paella – a real problem – rice undercooked, cheap sliced squid.

  • By Matt M from London
    12 December 2019

    Very delicious! Can recommend the Tuna with guacamole, pork belly, baby squid and the asparagus off the top of my head. 3 dishes each was more than enough and the Mojito was ????

  • By Natalia S from London
    14 September 2019

    Just. Another Spanish restaurant in London which starts showing faults. I used to live this place as I miss Spanish food and they were doing very well. My last experience was disappointing as I found the food not being as nice. Why do they put pomegranate in every single side of dishes? Never seen that in Spain. What's the purpose? The spinach croquetas had so much dirt inside I thought I was eating soil, poquillo peppers with black pudding, so dull. The nest was the octopus and the scallops with chorizo paste. Even the presa ibaruca, supposed to be one of the best meat in Spain, it was overcooked and dry. I couldn't believe it. Perhaps they can trick some people, definitely not Spanish people who know how things are supposed to taste. Remove all that pomegranate please! Doesn't serve any purpose, not in all the dishes, come on. The service was good as we asked not to have all the dishes at the same time, and the white wine (Rueda) very good quality related to price. I might give them another chance but, not for a while. Thank you

  • By Nina K from London
    11 September 2019

    We had a lovely meal here.

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La Fabrica - Stroud Green
45 Stroud Green Road Finsbury Park, London, London, N4 3EF

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