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BARRICA

Born out of many trips to Spain, Barrica brings the essence of an authentic tapas bar in Barcelona to London’s vibrant Soho.

Born out of many trips to Spain, Barrica brings the essence of an authentic tapas bar in Barcelona to London’s vibrant Soho. This restaurant specialises in traditional Spanish and seasonal food. Customers’ favourites – not to be missed – include the octopus and prawns, as well as Barrica’s sherry selection with food pairings.
Open since October 2009 and designed by Concorde Limited, Barrica’s decoration offers a rustic and timeless style. Customers can sit for drinks at the big bar in the entrance, or go to the restaurant area at the back to enjoy a delicious Spanish meal.

62 Goodge Street,
London W1T 4NE
020 7436 9448
www.barrica.co.uk

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