All the fun and flavour of latin America arrives in the heart of Bracknell
Published 12 March 2019
Las IguanasLas Iguanas is set to open the doors of its latest venture on 25 March, with its trademark carnival of Latin American food and culture arriving in The Lexicon, Bracknell just in time for Spring. The timing of the opening means that the restaurant will be the first in the country to launch the new Spring menu.
As we get set to say goodbye to Winter, Las Iguanas will bring the tropical styles and sun-kissed colours of Latin America to the heart of Bracknell. Already known for its culinary adventure, this is a welcomed addition to the town’s foodie scene and its ideal location is perfectly placed for business lunches, after work drinks, weekend shopping, and every kind of celebration.
The vibrant restaurant décor reflects the team’s most recent travels to South America, and guests can enjoy an invigorating space that sees comfy booths teamed with a backdrop of sunshine shades of yellow, sky blue and turquoise. Diners can sit back and relax whilst admiring the big bold graphics dancing across the walls, inspired by the colourful selection of street art in Buenos Aires.
The menu at Las Iguanas is developed by a team of passionate foodies who work tirelessly to discover unique and inspiring recipes from across Latin America, which are then cooked up from scratch in house. The chefs bring these dishes to life using the highest quality ingredients, creating delicious plates packed with bold flavours.
Look out for lots of exciting new dishes on the Spring menu including the launch of Afternoon Tea as well as the famous Bottomless Brunch available Saturdays and Sundays. You’ll also find Veggie, Vegan and Gluten Free menus along with a tasty kids’ menu.
What’s more, the brand new ‘HOT LIST’ features four exclusive cocktails that change monthly, and it really is Happy Days with all cocktails 2 for 1 all day every day (excludes sharing cocktails). Don’t forget you can also sample the real taste of Brazil with a Caipirinha or two, made from Las Iguanas’ very own Magnifica Cachaça made in sugar cane fields just outside of Rio.
Get ready to tantalise your taste buds at the Lexicon: www.iguanas.co.uk. Open daily.