Las Iguanas, South Bank, Southwark

Location and opening hours

Las Iguanas
Address:
Las Iguanas, South Bank, Southwark
London  SE1 8XT
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7620 1328
Cost:
Expensive
Food:
 South American menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 12 noon–11 PM   Tuesday 12 noon–11 PM   Wednesday 12 noon–11 PM   Thursday 12 noon–11 PM   Friday 12 noon–1 AM   Saturday 12 noon–1 AM
Parking:
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Minicabs:
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Buses:
1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 168, 172, 176, 177, 189, 253, 341, 381, 521, RV1, X68
Trains:
Charing Cross BKL NRN, Embankment BKL CRC DSC NRN, Lambeth North BKL, Southwark JUB, Temple CRC DSC, Waterloo BKL JUB NRN W&C

Las Iguanas is a chain of restaurants with bars that serve a wide range of Latin American drinks and dishes including tapas, tortillas and burritos. Private parties are warmly welcomed to sample some of that Latino spirit.

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Strada is a mid-cost Italian restaurant in Belvedere Road, less than ¼ mile from Las Iguanas. Strada is a chain of restaurants that serve retro Italian dishes such as pizzas cooked using a traditional wood fired oven. They also serve a selection of pasta and salad dishes.

Giraffe is an expensive restaurant in South Bank, less than ¼ mile away. Giraffe is a chain of modern, buzzing restaurants that serve healthy food at all hours of the day, including a weekend brunch. It is a non-smoking restaurant and children are welcome.

Wagamama is a mid-cost Japanese restaurant in South Bank, less than ¼ mile from Las Iguanas. The first Wagamama noodle bar opened in 1992, near the British Museum in Central London, and was immediately a success. With several noodle bars in London and now nationwide, Wagamama offers a fast efficient service in a clean and modern environment.

Skylon is an expensive European restaurant in South Bank, less than ¼ mile away. Located within the Royal Festival Hall, Skylon offers a spectacular panorama of London's skyline with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the River Thames. The seasonal menu specialises in a variety of modern European dishes and has an extensive cocktail selection.

Ping Pong Dim Sum is a mid-cost Chinese restaurant in South Bank, less than ¼ mile from Las Iguanas. Ping Pong's first restaurant opened in London's Soho, architect David Marquardt and brand designer Niclas Sellebraten having developed an interior architecture and style that is contemporary yet respectful of the traditions of dim sum cuisine. Combining a sense of relaxed order with warmth and comfort, the restaurant possesses its own distinctive atmosphere, yet at the same time defines the ideal of the modern dim sum restaurant everywhere.

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Local pubs

Concrete is in Belvedere Road, less than ¼ mile from Las Iguanas

The Foyer Bar is in Belvedere Road, less than ¼ mile away. A popular meeting place, The Foyer Bar serves beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of light snacks. They also have live music sets during the week.

Terrace Bar is in South Bank, less than ¼ mile from Las Iguanas. Terrace Bar serves beers, wines and spirits as well as light snacks in a chilled atmosphere. They also have a live DJ playing at the weekends.

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