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An original instigator in London's recent love affair with all things Spanish, the Soho branch of Brindisa is perfect for those looking for a casual but delectable tapas lunch or dinner any time of the week. The furniture inside consists of plenty of tall, four-legged wooden stools with matching wood tables. You can watch the chef stand in clouds of sizzling steam as he prepares your dishes - the kitchen is open-plan which is a clear display of confidence for any restaurant.
The menu is equally stripped-back but by no means does it slack off. The quality of the food is impeccable which, married with the ease and calm of the restaurant's atmosphere, simply adds to the charm. All served on traditional wooden crockery and beautifully presented, your choices include mackerel, seared scallops, a jamon selection, the unmissable chorizo, and other meats. Veggie dishes include butternut squash and lightly-wilted spinach with pine nuts and raisins.
With such a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, you'd be missing out if you avoided Brindisa Soho. It offers a multitude of choice - as every good tapas should - and served with gusto, you'll really get a feel of how they do it in Spain.
Opening Times: Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00, Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00
46 Broadwick Street, Soho, W1F 7AFView Larger Map