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For a genuine taste of Latin America in the less-exotic surroundings of London, the Las Iguanas restaurant chain is peerless. Started back in 1991 on Bristol Street, the Las Iguanas quickly became a firm favourite, back in the days when the notion of Latin American dining was something of an unknown proposition. Today, of course, international dining is easy to come by, but there are few restaurants that are able to surpass Las Iguanas in terms of taste, traditional atmosphere and authentic cooking.
Combining the intoxicating rhythms of Latin American music with the bright colours associated with this culture, the cuisine at Las Iguanas is a dazzling delight. Whether seeking a light lunch, a romantic setting for an evening meal, a lively venue for large social gatherings or you simply want to enjoy some authentic tapas dishes (which are ideal for sharing), fajitas, burritos, salads, fresh seafood specials and an impressive choice of vegetarian options, there are few better options than a meal at Las Iguanas.
With four London locations - the Royal Festival Hall, Stratford Westfield City, the 02 Arena and Spitalfields - Las Iguanas offers diners a delicious selection of Mexican, Argentinian and Brazilian dishes. Our personal favourites include the mouthwatering Argentinian steaks, sizzling fajitas and Brazilian moqueca (creamy coconut curry served with rice and salsa).