About Lobo Iberico Restaurant:
A different dining experience, the Lobo Iberico Restaurant offers traditional Spanish food served in a traditional, cosy atmosphere. Located on 17766 Leslie Street, near the corner with Bray Circle in Newmarket, Ontario, the Lobo Iberico is a place where you can spend a pleasant evening enjoying Spanish, Mediterranean and European dishes.
The restaurant is known for its tapas and paella menus, as well as the many other Spanish dishes prepared with love and devotion. The restaurant takes reservations, welcomed walk-ins, packs take-out meals, does catering for various events, and has waiter service. There is a private parking lot near the restaurant and is wheelchair accessible. Due to the nature of the restaurant, it is not the most kid-friendly place.
The Lobo Iberico serves only dinner and drinks, and is opened from 4 PM up to 9 PM on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and from 4 PM to 10 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. It is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Many people have visited Lobo Iberico and have posted reviews about their experience with the restaurant online, on sites like Yelp, Trip Advisor, Facebook, and Google Reviews. I’ve made a list of the pros and cons based on the reviews from Lobo Iberico patrons.
- Amazing paella and tapas options
- Friendly, accommodating staff
- Cosy, homely atmosphere
- Weekly specials
- Vegan and gluten-free options
- Some people complained about the prices of some dishes
- Complaints about the size of dishes
The Lobo Iberico is a Spanish restaurant in the heart of Newmarket, opened on February 10, 2015, owned and managed by Trish King. The place is set in a house and resembles a large living room, seating only 16 people. It has an intimate, cosy feel to it, with red and yellow walls, a gleaming wooden bar, chairs and tables, decorative china plates on the walls, and a lot of wrought iron details.
The dishes served here are simple – different tapas and paella dishes that transport the flavours of Spain in the middle of Ontario. The tapas menu consists of traditional, seafood and popular tapas, as well as different types of salads. The Paella menu is made with rice as the base ingredient imported from Spain, and the patrons can select between chicken, vegetable, vegetarian, seafood and a Mixta Paella dish.
The Lobo Iberico carries a selection of Spanish beers and Spanish wines. There is a Mother’s Day special brunch organized here which is very popular, as well as regular wine tasting and tapas pairing.
It is most definitely a place where people can go and experience a different type of meal, the tapas and paella dishes offered here are laced with the spirit of Spain. On weekends Lobo Iberico is welcoming its patrons with the sounds of the Spanish guitar, offering an intimate atmosphere and delicious food.