Visit Paladar, discover Latin America.

Paladar is a vibrant Latin American restaurant in the heart of London’s SE1 district. We serve fresh, creative 100% gluten-free food and innovative cocktails inspired by the ingredients and flavours of Central and South America. Our selections of wines and spirits are exclusively Latin American.


We are currently offering tables both indoors and outdoors. We also offer a collection and delivery service.

We will be open for lunch and early dinner on Bank Holiday Monday 30th August.

Forward reservations are strongly recommended, especially at weekends!

Dine in the Garden

Paladar Restaurant - Garden

Our delightful courtyard garden offers al fresco dining all year round. We have powerful infra-red heaters and a temporary roof to keep you dry in case of rain!

Art Exhibitions

Paladar - Summer Art Exhibition

More than just a restaurant – we are also an art gallery! We offer up-and-coming Latin American artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works.

Paladar at Home

If you are self-isolating, you can still enjoy our food and wines in the comfort of your own home! Choose between collecting yourself or having it delivered to your door.

Special Offers

Enjoy our weekday offers: Try our Set Lunch Menu at lunchtime or go a little crazy with 2-4-1 cocktails during “La Hora Loca” (Happy Hour) for early diners ordering before 6pm.

What the Critics Say...

"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

"I have enjoyed many memorable meals in London's South American Restaurants.... but Paladar has a quality all of its own: a very civilised, friendly laidback space in which Latin rhythms mingle with the sweet aroma of roasting corn."

Bill Knott, Financial Times, How To Spend It