Tapas in London Bridge
Lobos (meaning wolf in Spanish & Portuguese) was born from four friends working together in London for over 7 years who shared a love for cooking, tapas and great hospitality. The restaurant offers a fantastic selection of tapas in London Bridge and Soho with a particular focus on meat.
The London Bridge restaurant is situated in a railway arch in a cosy space with small tables in alcove spaces. Its dim lighting gives Lobos a romantic feel.
Tapas Dishes at Lobos
The menu is split between appetisers, meats and tapas. We had a selection from each:
- Padron Peppers (£6)
- Pan Con Tomate (£3.5)
- Croquetas: Ham, Chorizo and Smoked Bacon (£8)
- Patatas Bravas (£6)
- Iberico Pork Presa Steak with Horseradish mayo and piquillo pepper (£13)
- Chorizo Al Vino (£7)
- Prawns in Garlic, chilli and olive oil (£12)
The highlights were the large juicy prawns with the moreish garlic, chilli and olive oil dressing and the croquetas with a unique mixture of three meats.
Paired with our dishes we had a glass of Cava, a glass of Tempanillo and two Negroni’s. We finished off our feast with a creamy Dulce De Leche Cheesecake.
Our visit to Lobos was fantastic. The food was outstanding, the service was friendly from the outset and the atmosphere was cosy and comfortable.
East London Girl: Tapas in London Bridge
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