There's plenty of pedigree behind this South Kensington restaurant - it's from the Brindisa stable, a group with impressive form at various other London sites covering restaurants, shops and food stalls. They specialise in offering high quality Spanish produce.
This Exhibition Road spot - the second of the group's ventures - is a good example. Tapas plays an important role, with dishes such as Catalan spinach, marmitako, chorizo a la sidra and tortilla de chorizo menu staples alongside daily specials. Lamb cutlets, confit chicken breast, sautéed squid and grilled pluma ibérica are specialities of this Brindisa address.
Each of the six sherries is available by the glass and bottle, served alongside Spanish beers, cocktails and a wine list focused solely on Spanish bottles. There's a Spanish brandy, from Jerez, too.
From an exceptional selection of charcuterie and cheese to perfectly grilled plates of seafood and meat, we are passionate about serving our guests the best produce Spain has to offer, from morning to night.
Gather the family, grab the papers and come and enjoy a Brindisa breakfast. Monday to Sunday, our Spanish breakfasts of spicy grilled chorizo with a perfectly poached or homemade goats' curd with runny honey is exactly what you need before heading to the Natural History Museum.
Or reserve a table for two, order a bottle of something smooth and full-bodied from our sensational wine list and languorously order plate upon plate of tempting tapas. Whether it's the flame-grilled octopus leg with the roasted lemon mash and paprika, the cider house txuleta Basque rib-eye or the cheese board brimming with artisan, small production Spanish cheeses – you’ll always discover something new.
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Casa Brindisa is my favorite place for a quick meal in South Kensington, after or before some museum exploring. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the food is fantastic. The tuna conserva and pan de pincel are simple, but delicious, and their patatas bravas are the best I've had (get the aioli, or ask for both sauces!).