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.
Tapas 37 serves a special 'tapas delight' tasting menu (£19.50 per person), perfect for pre-theatre meal or a quick, delicious lunch.
Afternoon tea 'a la Parisienne' and cream tea
Tapas 37 has just launched a new concept with a French twist. Afternoon tea ‘a la Parisienne’ consists of a selection of sandwiches, a variety of classic homemade French pastries such as apple tarte tatin, millefeuille, macarons and financiers.
If you are looking for a cool place to unwind during the weekend, Tapas 37 serves a delicious new summer brunch. Whether you’re just looking for a classic breakfast dish or something more exceptional, served with Champagne or a mimosa, then Tapas 37 in south-west London is the right place to brunch.
There is also possibility to facilitate private dining for up to 14 guests. Our lounge boasts a 103-inch screen, perfect venue to watch sports (UEFA Euro 2016 and Wimbledon) or for a party.
A stunning restaurant in the vibrant heart of London, Tapas 37 is just a five minute walk from Victoria station, on the border of Pimlico and Belgravia.
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Not your average hotel restaurant - the food is divine, while the prices are considerably low. I had the traditional jamon croquettes for starter, french style cottage pie and chocolate fondant for desert! I can go so far as to say it was the best chocolate fondant i have ever had! Strongly recommend to check out this restaurant if you are visiting London for delicious, yet affordable french food!
Mimosa Brunch: £19.50
From the brunch a la carte menu.Offer valid until Oct 15 2016
Afternoon Tea à La Parisienne: £26.50.
From a set menu. Please note that for bookings of 7 or more one of the events team will be in touch as a deposit may be required.Offer valid until Dec 31 2016