Copa de Cava

Where they are:

Copa de Cava, (Cava bar)


  • Opening Times: Monday – Saturday, Bar 5.00pm – late, Dinner: 5.00pm – 11.00pm
  • Proprietor(s): Richard Bigg
  • Part of a Chain: Yes, part of the five outlet Camino restaurant chain
  • Style: underground vaulted brick and wood cava bar
  • Wine: around 25 Cavas made from various grapes and covering several styles also some white and red spanish still wines
  • Food: Cheese, seafood steak examplesGordal olives £3.25, Oysters, sea foam,£ 3.00 each or 4 for £10.00, Selection of cheese £7.50, Abalone mushroom, garlic, chilli £5.25,Prawn plancha, saffron rice, Idiazabal £9.75,Cured meat selection, Teruel D.O ham, Lomo ibérico, Chorizo / fuet, Carpaccio Fillet steak, Lilliput capers, manchego shavings £6.25, Seasonal fruit salad, cava sorbet
  • Events: Yes
  • By the Glass: seven Cava, two red, two white
  • Retail Sales: Yes
  • House Wines: Cava Vilarnau Brut 4.75 / 23.50 White,La Multa Old Vine Garnacha Blanca 2011 , RedMoristel, Alquézar 2011 Glass £5.50 Btl £21
  • Next Event: Cava Masterclass, £35 The second Tuesday of every month, from 6pm -7.30pm
  • Special Offer(s): Buy one glass of Cava, get one free, Voucher required from their web site. until 31st July 2013

‘Copa de Cava The UK’s first dedicated Cava Bar-  located beneath the Camino San Pablo restaurant and built amid the brick vaults, Copa de Cava offers the widest range of cavas in London with around 25 different types.

 Alongside the Cavas is a seafood and charcuterie menu, including navajas (razor clams, broad beans and chorizo) and carpaccio of fillet steak with capers and manchego shavings.

Review of the Reviews

The Cutlery Chronicles (click to open in new window off site) Very good comprehensive review offering loads of info about the food at Copa, backed up by lots of good photos taken by professional photographers. Layla Kazim, the author admits she is not very knowledgeable concerning the intricacies of wine, the food however is given detailed coverage.   

 Is cava set to become London's coolest fizz? (click to open in new window off site) Evening Standard review penned by jobbing journo Andrew Neather, who is also the wine reviewer for this London free pickup title. Therefore plenty of intricate wine detail in a  piece of rambling prose that flutters between Cava promo and wine bar review.