Las Iguanas has been sharing its brand of Latin magic with restaurant goers since 1991, offering a tasty blend of the traditional and the new, with fresh ingredients, mouth-watering regional food and drink, and service from passionate people. Add intoxicating Latin rhythms and the rich colour palette of the southern hemisphere to the mix and you'll enjoy every minute and every mouthful.
Las Iguanas works hard to bring fresh, tasty and authentic food to your table. The Latin recipes date right back to the 16th century, with a fusion of native Latin American Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences. Las Iguanas signature dish, Xinxim Brasilian lime chicken, really is Pelé's favourite, and is the best example of this fusion, bringing together Latin, African and Portuguese flavours to create something really special.
In the bar, you’ll find the perfect spot for a little pre- or post-dinner indulgence. Or if the mood takes you, just lounge with a cocktail or some tapas. Las Iguanas calls the bar the Cachaçaria, because it's where they serve Las Iguanas Magnifica Cachaça. Cachaça is a spirit distilled from sugar cane and the national drink of Brasil. The restaurant and bar make its own near Rio de Janeiro and if you haven't tried it before, we know you'll enjoy it.
Map & Directions
From M4/M5 (N) follow the M32 to the end, then bear right and follow the signs for the city centre; then follow signs for the A4 to Anchor Road. From M5(S) exit at junction 18 and follow the A4 to the city centre. At-Bristol is on Anchor Road with car parking in Canons Way, in Millennium Square underground car park.
Public Transport Directions
By Bus: any First City Line bus to the city centre or First Bus service to Anchor Road.
By Ferry: Bristol Ferry Boat Co. 0117 927 3416 or www.bristolferryboat.co.uk
By train: to Bristol Temple Meads, then either buses 8 or 9 to the centre, a ferry boat to the Harbourside or a 20 min walk.
By foot: two minutes from the city centre
Tel: +44 (0)117 927 6233
|Check website for opening times (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2015)|