If you are a huge fan of Spanish cuisine and you are looking for restaurants in Islington that will serve quality and delicious Spanish food then keep on reading because our team will share some of their favourite places in the area with you today!

Top 4 Spanish Restaurants In Islington You Must Visit


La Farola Cafe

The first place you need to visit if you love Spanish food and tapas is La Farola Cafe – one of our favourite restaurants in Islington in general! It’s a lovely little place with a gorgeous venue – rustic and stylish. The food is absolutely delicious and always prepared with fresh ingredients, and the staff is very friendly.

Their menu consists of both traditional dishes as well as a few unique and creative options you won’t find anywhere else.

We highly recommend you order their Squid Ink Risotto (with parmesan, aioli, crispy squid), the Jamon De Teruel, the Chorizo With Black Beans, and the famous Croquetas de jamón y queso mahón! These are our favourite dishes on their menu and we are certain you are going to love them as well.

Of course, just like any other Spanish restaurant, La Farola Cafe has an impressive menu with drinks that go very well with every dish.

For dessert, definitely go for their Churros with chocolate!

Address: 101 Upper St, London N1 1QN


Meson Callejon

Next on our list, we have Meson Callejon – another authentic Spanish restaurant located in Islington that we highly recommend you visit! The restaurant is beautiful, the atmosphere is warm and welcoming, the staff is friendly, the prices are affordable, the food is delicious… what more can you ask for, right?

We usually start off with their Ensalada mixta (mixed salad with tuna) and the Jamon Ibérico. We also really like the Potatoes with their spicy homemade tomato sauce and the Ham Spanish croquettes!

Then we move on to the star of the show… their paella! Choose between Chicken paella, Seafood Paella, Mixed Chicken and Seafood paella, or even Vegetarian Paella!

When it comes to their desserts, all of them are homemade. We love the Spanish bread pudding, the Churros, and the Spanish rice pudding!

Address: The Rear of 137 Upper Street El Callejon – The “Alley” Restaurant, London N1 1QP



Another favourite Spanish restaurant of ours is Llerena – a stylish little venue that is beautifully decorated. They have an impressive menu, excellent service, and lovely staff! We really enjoy going there for lunch or dinner – and we recommend you visit whenever you are craving some Spanish cuisine!

They have a great selection of platters with cheeses and hams that you can enjoy with your drink – after all, they have a huge selection of wines, beers, etc.

We also really enjoy their salads – especially the Ensalada De Remolacha (beetroot, apple, carrot, nuts, mint dressed with honey, olive oil, balsamic vinegar) and the Ensalada De Garbanzos (baby spinach, marinated tofu, chickpeas, red onion with oregano, thyme, cumin, paprika, sesame seeds, olive oil dressing)!

Address: 167 Upper St, London N1 1US


Camino King’s Cross

And last on our list is Camino King’s Cross – another gorgeous Spanish restaurant that is not only beautifully decorated but also serves incredible traditional food, tapas, and platters you have to try!

They have a lot of options for vegans and vegetarians – for example, the Tortilla de Patatas, the Mongetes with Artichokes (marinated artichokes, white beans, romesco sauce), and the Patatas Bravas (potatoes with brava sauce, aioli)!

We also really enjoy their Iberico Pork Meatballs (served with saffron and almond sauce, chervil, radish, and pomegranate salad) as well as the Chorizo with green beans, peppers, and red onions!

Address: The Regent Quarter 3 Varnishers Yard, London N1 9FD