Don't be completely fooled by the name of this plush looking restaurant at the Eccleston Hotel in Pimlico. Sure, the menu offers tapas dishes but the main culinary influence comes from France, rather than Spain.
That means French-inspired small plates such as shrimp croquettes, oxtail beignet, poussin with truffle mash and an intriguing-sounding deconstructed beef bourguignon. Stuffed courgette flower with truffle honey, roast tomato focaccia and duck spring rolls with sautéed bok choy illustrate the occasional deviation from French influence.
Breakfasts and brunches borrow from France, too. Expect cinnamon French toast, crêpes, croque monsieurs, charcuterie boards and cheese platters.
Inspired by the desire to share small French family dishes, Tapas 37 showcases charming little recipes, small but explosive in flavour, petite in size yet delicious to the core.
Theatrical black chandeliers are a dramatic focal point in Tapas 37 in Victoria, while the beautiful open fireplace and ornate, wing-backed chairs blend seamlessly with the striking monochrome décor.
Tapas 37 also serves afternoon tea with homemade treats, weekend brunch and a pre-theatre menu. It is also the perfect venue for a romantic date.
There is also a possibility to facilitate for private dining for up to 14 guests. We can cater both for business meetings and parties.
A stunning modern restaurant in the vibrant heart of London, Tapas 37 is just a seven-minute walk from Victoria Tube station.