Paladar means ‘palate’ and for us it’s all about ‘taste’. Step through our doors and let us take you on a journey through an array of Latin American flavours, surrounded with contemporary art all set against a background beat of music from across the region.
Enjoy matching our tasty sharing plates with the outstanding wines that have been hand-picked by our sommelier or be inspired by our bar staff, who delight in mixing cocktails from our range of premium Latin American spirits.
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Our location at St George’s Circus is a short walk from Elephant & Castle, Waterloo and Southwark tube stations. And we are exactly one mile from Fleet Street in the City, the Shard at London Bridge and the Houses of Parliament.
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Join us for a weekday business lunch, a romantic candlelit dinner, a celebration meal or simply drinks and light bites at the bar with friends. During the summer months our courtyard garden is the perfect place to relax and enjoy some ‘alfresco’ drinks, lunch or dinner – a hidden secret!
For that really special dining experience, book our ‘Chef’s Table’ for a small group party in the Bodega. Here you can dine in a semi-private room whilst watching the chefs at work in the kitchen.
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Or just drop in during the day for a coffee… freshly ground Latin American beans of course!
Call us on 020 7186 5555
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“[Paladar] successfully combines a slick setting and creative cooking with a genuinely homely vibe. Forget your too-cool-for-school ceviche spots, this is a slice of real South America, served up by those who know it best.”
Ben Norum, Evening Standard Go London. March 2018
“From its location, we were probably expecting a nice neighbourhood joint. What we got was food that would stand up to anything in central London without the attendant price hike. Everyone here from the mixologist to sommelier is just lovely. It’s clearly a home from home for a lot of London’s South American expats, but the rest of you need to check it out too. 100% worth the trip across town.”
Catherine Hanly, Hot Dinners. May 2018