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Churreria Espanola in Bayswater (London)

177-179 Queensway
London W2 5HL

Busy licenced Spanish restaurant / cafe just off Westbourne Grove offering tapas and a full range of traditional Spanish meals as well as full English breakfast.rnThere aren’t any toilets or baby changing facilities on the premises, but there are some good clean public facilities just a few steps away.

Opening Hours: Daily 7 am – 7 pm

Website: Visit Churreria Espanola website

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Written by Janis P.

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  1. The Freddie Flintoff of London Spanish Restaurants. This has (nearly) it all. A great menu covering the usual Spanish standards plus British frying pan/cafe stuff. The Churros (Spanish doughnuts dipped in hot chocolate) are a heart attack waiting to happen but my kids love ’em. There is an outside area where you never have to wait too long for a table, so go on a sunny day & watch the good people of Westbourne Grove go by – very handy for the shops. The food is great and the staff love kids (they are more Balearic than Balkan) and are very friendly & quick. The only down side is that the premises doesn’t have a loo for customers: however on the island in the road are London’s cleanest public toilets which are free and have baby changing facilities in both the women’s & in the mens (for some reason). A great place for breakfast at the weekend and if you stay past 11am you can get in a cheeky bottle of chilled Rose before you face the shops.

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