Now in its fourth year, our sell out Tapas Tour see us bring the spirit of Spain to the streets of central London and give festival-goers the chance to visit six of the city's finest tapas restaurants.
This experience allows people to flit from one lively location to the next having a tapa and a drink in each, following the route set out in the specially designed LRF Tapas Passport.
Venues: Barrica, Drakes Tobanco, Camino Kings Cross, Bar Pepito, Iberica and Copita
Start your tour at 12noon at the first restaurant in your passport and go at your own pace until 6pm.
Those who have booked late and not received a passport please pick up a passport from Camino, Kings Cross the Tapas Tour ticketing hub.
Each passport holder is able to redeem one dish and one drink at each restaurant where you will have your passport stamped.
Please make the restaurant aware you are taking part in the London Restaurant festival on arrival.
This tour does involve walking between each restaurant; we aim for restaurants to be no more than 20 minutes walk from each other.
Bodegas Beronia is quintessentially Rioja. Its wines are defined by the region and the soils in which the vines are grown, and its name is linked to the history of the area. During the 3rd Century BC, what is known today as La Rioja Alta, was inhabited by the ‘Berones’, a Celtic tribe who called the area Beronia.
About Tio Pepe
Tio Pepe is the world’s best-selling Fino sherry. From Jerez in the south of Spain, drunk by the locals with tapas as they have done for over a century. Tio Pepe is uncompromisingly dry, always kept and served just like a white wine. Fantastic with food such as Jamon Iberico, chorizo, olives, nuts, Manchego cheese and bread and oil.