homeLondon restaurant searchLondon restaurant bookingsSpecial Offers and TicketsLondon restaurant chartsLondon and restaurants newsLondon Restaurant and Food Pollsjoincontactcuisine searchLondon areasadvanced search
Waterloo Spanish

Las Iguanas, Waterloo

MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other Spanish restaurantsSpanish | Portuguese
Recommended RestaurantReview Las Iguanas
Festival Terrace, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road

Phone: 02076201328   Fax: 02076201026

Nearest TubestationWaterloo (241m away)
2nd Nearest TubestationEmbankment
Walk through the doors of Las Iguanas and find yourself transported to Latin America, full of rich, vibrant colours, quirky features and custom-made wooden mosaic tables made especially for the restaurant from sustainable woods in Brazil. Each restaurant is unique and the staff love bringing unusual things back from their travels, ranging from large lobster sculptures to giant drums. The philosophy of Las Iguanas is to serve delicious and authentic Latin American food and drink in an environment which evokes the very best of Latin life. With recipes dating back to the 16th century, the food successfully fuses native Latin American Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences. Working hard to ensure that everything comes from the best possible source, Las Iguanas is proud of its fresh GM free food and top quality ingredients.

Average Price

Main Course £10
Three Course Meal £23

Open hours

Open from 12:00 to 23:00, Monday to Thursday. Open from 12:00 to 01:00, Friday to Saturday. Open from 12:00 to 22:30 on Sunday. Happy Hour is daily from 12:00 to 19:00.


VISA Delta MasterCard Maestro SOLO

email royalfestivalhall@iguanas.co.uk


Guide Dogs welcome Romantic Restaurants

Recent Customer Reviews of Las Iguanas

Popular Local Sights

BFI London IMAX Cinema
Britain's biggest cinema screen
Cleopatras Needle
Victoria Embankment. Egyptian obelisk.
Gabriel's Wharf
Shopping and dining on the South Bank
London Aquarium
A massive aquarium with over 1m litres of water over three levels in County Hall.
London Eye
Great views of Central London from the highest view point. http://www.british-airways.com/londoneye/
Museum of the Moving Image
History of film and television. Open 1000-1800 daily. Admission charge. Tel 0171 401 2636.
Namco Station
Computer games arena. Daily 10am-midnight
National Gallery
Trafalger Square. Opened in 1824, it houses an important collection of European art. Open 1000-1800, Sun 1400-1800.
South Bank Arts Centre
Illustrates the development of British architectural design between construction of the Royal Festival Hall in 1951 and the National Theatre in 1976.
Victoria Embankment
1 mile tree lined thoroughfare stretching from Westminster Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge.