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Las Iguanas is one of the newest additions to join the Brindleyplace family.


The new 122-cover restaurant and bar, which takes over the old Café Rouge Brindley Place location, features an 82-cover outside terrace for alfresco eating and drinking.

Las Iguanas has been a firm favourite and part of the Birmingham community since opening the fifth branch in the Arcadian in 1997. Whether dining out or popping by to socialise safely with a few cocktails, the team will be welcoming guests with a selection of boldly spiced dishes and it is "Happy Days" not "Happy Hour", with 2for1 cocktails all day every day! A Bottomless Brunch for £29.95pp is also bookable seven days a week with a cocktail upgrade option available for £5pp. In addition, guests will also be able to order the Chicas' Cocktail Club package of cocktails and tapas for £24.95pp.

Celebrating the authentic flavours of Latin America, guests will be able to sample an array of favourites, including stacked-up Fajitas sizzling in Las Iguanas’ top-secret spice mix, the Copacabana Burger - a buttermilk-marinated spicy chicken breast with Emmental and pink pickled onions, held together in a toasted brioche bun; and the North Brazilian classic, Xinxim - chicken and crayfish in a creamy lime and peanut sauce with spring onion rice, shredded greens, coconut farofa and sweet plantain.

The restaurant is set to open for indoor dining from the 17th of May, inside is complete with tropical green plant walls, flashes of neon signage and awash with lots of sky blue and soft sandy yellows, evocative of Brazilian beaches. In addition, a large-scale street art feature wall inspired by travels to Mexico and the Americas will transport guests to holidays gone by.

Las Iguanas Brindleyplace is open seven days a week for outdoor dining and home delivery, from 11am - 10pm. In line with the government guidelines, indoor dining will be available from the 17th of May 2021. For more information and how to book visit:

Posted by DineBirmingham