Casa Brindisa

7-9 Exhibition Road , London, SW7 2HE

Casa Brindisa December 2015 2

SquareMeal Review of Casa Brindisa

A go-to for produce geeks chasing their jamón fix, Brindisa is a by-word for the finest Spanish comestibles. This South Ken branch is mercifully free from gastronomic pontificating, with no-nonsense tapas coming thick and fast in the open-fronted dining room (tiles, whitewashed walls, crammed-in tables). Think simple when ordering: platters of acorn- fed ham and chorizo, Gordal olives stuffed with orange, flavour-bomb boquerones or blackened Padrón peppers all shine, while albondigas con sepia (meatballs with cuttlefish) aren't far behind. More creative efforts such as baby octopus buried in salty samphire can be variable, but traditional desserts are unmissable – try the cold rice pudding with caramelised milk ice cream. With sought-after pavement tables, ample standing room at the bar and a newly minted ‘charcuteria' alongside, pit stops for a sherry and some meaty nibbles are a must.

Casa Brindisa Location

7-9 Exhibition Road , London SW7 2HE

Opening times

Mon-Fri 11am-11.30pm Sat-Sun 9am-11.30pm (Sun -10.30pm)

Casa Brindisa's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 7.8

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Service: 7.1

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Atmosphere: 7.0

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Value: 6.5

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 4

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Bronze Reviewer
04 September 2017

Which ever of the Casa Brindisa I have been to, they have all been excellent. Outstanding food and brilliant service every time. However, you absolutely must book as every time I have been, it has been packed.

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Food + drink: 5

Service: 5

Atmosphere: 4

Value: 3

25 May 2017

We chose to go to Casa Brindisa based on the reviews here and it's proximity to The Natural History Museum, as we were seeing an exhibition there. The food and service were fantastic, the kids enjoyed all the dishes which was a bonus. The buzzy and informal atmosphere made for a relaxing evening out for the whole family. The only negative would be that it was a bit on the pricey side but for the location to be expected.

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Food + drink: 4

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 3

Value: 3

Silver Reviewer
28 October 2013

We ate on a Friday evening at 8pm (after seeing the amazing World Wildlife Photography exhibition) when it was full (but of course I'd pre-booked via SquareMeal!); the waitress Vanesa did a great job taking and delivering the orders in the midst of clamour and conversation. A glass of crisp cold sherry was followed by tasty grilled padron peppers, and then really good salt cod, mixed squash & beetroot, and then grilled chorizo. All hot, and reasonably priced for the location amidst tourist central. With a few glasses of wine, £70 or so felt just about right.

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