Walk through the doors of Las Iguanas and find yourself transported to Latin America, full of rich, vibrant colours, quirky features and custom-made wooden mosaic tables made especially for the restaurant from sustainable woods in Brazil. Each restaurant is unique and the staff love bringing unusual things back from their travels, ranging from large lobster sculptures to giant drums. The philosophy of Las Iguanas is to serve delicious and authentic Latin American food and drink in an environment which evokes the very best of Latin life. With recipes dating back to the 16th century, the food successfully fuses native Latin American Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences. Working hard to ensure that everything comes from the best possible source, Las Iguanas is proud of its fresh GM free food and top quality ingredients.
Brazilian Dishes Moqueca (n) (ask for gf) A light Brazilian coconut curry of peppers, tomatoes, garlic and palm oil, with rice, sweet plantain, coconut farofa and hot chilli salsa. Choose from: Sweet potato, palm hearts and sugar snap peas (v) (c) 8.50 Salmon (c) 10.50 Xinxim (n) (ask for gf) (c) 10.00 Pele's favourite; Brazilian lime chicken in a creamy crayfish and peanut sauce with rice, fine beans, coconut farofa and sweet plantain. Ensopado de Carne (n) (ask for gf) 8.50 A rich warming casserole of beef and beef chorizo, cooked in tomatoes, spices and coconut milk, served with rice and sweet plantain. Pescado Con Coco (c) 10.50 Fresh haddock fillets and Chilean blue mussels in a light saffron and coconut broth of new potatoes, crayfish, white beans and baby plum tomatoes.