Tapas Brindisa
46 Broadwick Street
London
W1F 7AF
020 7534 1690
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Opening times
Mon-Sat 12 - 11 Sun 12 - 10
Tapas Brindisa is a Spanish tapas restaurant, serving the best in regional Spanish produce.
 
It’s all change for Tierra Brindisa in Soho – which has re-opened on Broadwick Street as Tapas Brindisa.  The site has been transformed into a smaller version of their thriving and much loved Tapas Bar in London Bridge.  An exciting new menu not only features Brindisa Classics but also a range of changing specials unique to this restaurant. The interior has been designed to give the atmosphere of a buzzy bar and serves traditional small plates and snacks alongside a selection of national wines and beverages throughout the day.
 
Brindisa imports the most extensive range of high quality Spanish foods in the UK, with something for everyone. From the finest acorn-fed ‘Pata Negra’ Ibérico hams, cured to perfection over 3 years to prized cuts of conserved tuna, organic cooking chorizo and rare regional cheeses made with raw milk.
Working closely with a ‘family’ of producers, Brindisa source their products from select key suppliers that are as old as Brindisa itself. These Spanish producers range from small specialists, often with limited production, to larger food makers with many lines and cutting edge technology, all of which are the best at what they do.
 

No reservation required

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