Tucked away but well worth seeking out, very popular even midweek and excellent Spanish food/feel. Certainly not a simple tapas bar but a place with real atmosphere.
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Visited in July with family whilst down in London seeing my son. We were staying in the Travelodge just around the corner and my bedroom window looked out onto the back of the restaurant and just the same inspired me to want to visit. I...More
I reviewed this a year ago and little has changed. We always enjoy it. Start with the oloroso sherry with some almendras, A new discovery is their excellent garlic bread. Uncompromisingly garlicky. We are slightly stick in the mud with our choices but added the...More
Small, quaint setting with a decent menu. Ordered 6 dishes to share between 2 of us. The portion sizes are good and we both felt we'd have enough, in fact could not manage dessert. The meatballs were tasty, patatas bravas had no flavour, chicken croquettes...More
Lovely quaint restaurant Staff lovely and helpful Sangria fabulous & tapas felt like we were in the med!
On our last night in London, my husband did a quick Google search of good restaurants around our flat, and that is how we found Mar I Terra. This little Spanish restaurant is tucked away in a corner. If you don't know about it, it...More
My husband and I met friends for dinner here last night and overall had a nice experience. Service was a bit iffy with the waiters seeming to be more interested in talking to each other than customers but we had a nice time talking to...More
Having booked a table for two at 7.30pm, I was looking forward to some hearty tapas and a good bottle of red and a catch-up with my uncle at a restaurant not tried before. Imagine our surprise when arriving at 7.39pm, they stated we were...More