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.
Enjoy our tranquil terrace from lunch to late-night suppers - nuestra casa es tu casa (our home is your home).
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7-9 Exhibition Road
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Is it because this branch of Brindisa is 'family style' and in the hyper-tourist area of Museumland that its quality (and service) is not up to the standards of the other Brindisa branches?
Can't say we were impressed with the food... it was pretty good but was quite pricey... and as said... not a match to the Brindisa cooking we've tried elsewhere.
Small, flavour filled plates and a lively atmosphere.
As a big fan of tapas, this place has been on my list for a while. My friend and I split several dishes and a few glasses of wine. Service was prompt and the food was delicious.
Would go again, and recommend the Grilled Smoked Chorizo on Toast - yum.
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!).