Iberia

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  • Address:

    Iberia 294-296 Caledonian Rd
    London
    N1 1BA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7700 7750

  • Venue website:

    www.iberiarestaurant.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    5-11pm Tue-Fri; 1-11pm Sat; 1-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Caledonian Road tube

  • Price:

    Meal for two with wine and service: around £75

  • Map

    1. Iberia

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  • 3 star:1
  • 2 star:1
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Scott

Great restaurant, fresh food and very polite staff... Recomended...

Hannah

Very good !!!!! This is how I would describe Iberia restaurant . Very relaxed atmosphere, tasty food and not expensive. While everything is delicious the Dumplings still stands out more than anything else. Don't leave without trying it.

James

I just read a review saying the food was a mix of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food....? I don't think so. I have spent some time in Beirut, Istanbul, Ankara. and the food was amazing.....Iberia, not amazing. Not awful but just what I would expect at home not up to the standards of a restaurant.

Frank

This is definitely the best georgian food i have ever had in London. It was DELISH !!!! I had dumplings, Khachapuri my wife had badrijani and Mtsvadi. The server was wondeful !!!! We will definitely be back !!!

Amrita

Three of us went to Iberia for a Friday dinner. Lots of people recommended this place and we live not that far away so we were very excited. We ordered both starters and main courses to share. Aubergines and mushrooms were very good, which I could not say about the beef giblets and cheese filled bread which were rather dry. The beef soup with rice and Georgian herbs was good but a bit powerful, too many herbs. For the mains we had Lobio, very good indeed, and Chcqapuli, lamb with onions, tarragon, plum sauce & dry white wine. Overall we had a pleasant evening with slow but good services. We will probably come back one of these days and definitely try other Georgian places to compare. Georgian cuisine turned out to be very good cuisine.

Sandro

I really liked Iberia's food, probably they have the best Georgian food I have tried in London. Especially I liked Khachapuri and Mtsvadi. We also ordered Satsivi and Odjakhuri, but they weren't as good as the first two dishes. Service is very friendly and interior simple, what I like. Also they play very nice music. I know few nice Georgian restaurants with better location and space, but if you are missing real Georgian food and taste I would recommend Iberia.

cosmic4444

I have eaten at Iberia several times, and the food here is excellent. Georgian starters are great for sharing, and it is easy to have a meze style with 4-5 starters to share for two. There is a good list of Georgian wines too, and Georgia has a long tradition of wine growing, so I'd definitely recommend getting some wine to go with the meal. And don't forget the famous mineral water Borjomi! The service is very friendly and attentive, the food is great, so the only downside is the not so picturesque location. But it's still still perfectly suitable for a date or a group dinner, as the interior is cost and welcoming, so you quickly forget about the road outside.