A new look & a name change bring this West End Brindisa into line with the original in London Bridge. There’s now a bar area at the front where you can hang out with a glass of La Gitana manzanilla & some smoked Marcona almonds, plus a cosy middle section with new wooden benches, & a counter with high tables at the rear. The more casual approach comes with a no-reservations policy, so you’ll have to chance it if you fancy some grilled presa Ibérica or a sharing plate of Brindisa’s premium hams. The menu is set to change frequently, although the croquetas, Padrón peppers, Catalan spinach & garlic prawns will stay put. The wine list offers some interesting bottles from lesser-known producers, & there’s fino sherry en rama in season.
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