As its name suggests, this restaurant serves up delicacies from the Iberian Peninsula in a typical Spanish tavern, where drinks and tapas accompany never-ending daytime and nocturnal gatherings. When it started, this bar-restaurant served no more than 20 people daily; now it receives up to 124 people on weekends. Like in any Spanish tavern, there are Serrano hams hanging at the bar and a few pictures of bullfighting in the dining rooms. There are 104 options on offer at Ibérico. You can start with sangría, which comes with bread, Serrano ham and cheese. Baked suckling pig, the omelettes, black puddings, kidneys and paella all make good main courses accompanied by a good wine. There is a public car park at a cost and it is open on Sundays.
- Feature: Business Friendly;Child Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, diners