|Monday - Sunday||12:00 - 00:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||Piccadilly Circus|
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Piccadilly Circus underground station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Cafe, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
hiring the bar area for drinks and pintxos. Max capacity for the restaurant 60 people. Contact us to discuss details
Bilbao Berria Pintxo Bar and Restaurant introduces the vibrant flavours of Northern Spain to central London. Bilbao Berria began in La plaza de la catedral, Barcelona in 1999 and since then has delivered a unique Basque dining experience. Created by two Basques and one Catalan, these three friends – Iñaki Lasa, Rafa Viar and Pedro Antonio López – all share the same passion for serving the most creative and sociable cuisine. To add to our existing restaurants in Bilbao and Barcelona, we have opened the doors to Number 2, Regent Street, London, allowing the most cosmopolitan city in the world to experience our culinary excellence in Basque and Spanish Cuisine.
Pintxos is a combination of ingredients held together with a skewer that can be eaten in one or two mouthfuls without the need for cutlery. It shouldn’t be confused with tapas, which, although originally serves the same purpose, is a reduced portion of food served on a plate rather than a skewer. Along with pintxos we have an extensive menu of modern Spanish and Basque cuisine. Using carefully selected ingredients and small goods sourced from Spain our menu is modern yet respectful to traditional flavours and techniques. Meats and fish are roasted in our imported charcoal parrilla which adds unique flavours to our rustic yet sophisticated cuisine.
Bilbao Berria brings you all the flavours of North Spain to London's perpetually busy Regent's Street. In a slight plot-twist Bilbao Berria won't follow in the foot-steps of it's Spanish counterparts and serve Pintxo instead of tapas. Pintxo is traditionally served on skewers and they come in smaller sizes than their tapas relatives. This form of eating is arguably more sociable than tapas as the canape-esque presentation naturally creates a sharing atmosphere and promotes trying different things. When you combine this with brilliant cocktails, late closing times, and a warm and cosy vibe; you're on to a winner. The perfect getaway from the occasionally tourist heavy Regent's Street.