Tapas Brindisa Soho 1

46 Broadwick Street , London, W1F 7AF

3 reviews

44 Spanish Tapas Soho

Tapas Brindisa small food plates flat lay with cutlery

SquareMeal Review of Tapas Brindisa Soho

A new look and 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 and some smoked Marcona almonds, plus a cosy middle section with new wooden benches, and 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 and garlic prawns will stay put. The wine list offers some interesting bottles from lesser-known producers, and there’s fino sherry en rama in season.

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Tapas Brindisa Soho is recommended for

Group Dining 8 Plus | Breakfast | Outside Seating

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Oxford Circus Tube Station 334m

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station 420m


Address: 46 Broadwick Street , London W1F 7AF

Area: Soho

Opening times

Mon-Fri 8am-11am Mon-Sat 12N-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Ganton Street 41m

Carnaby Street 71m


Telephone: 020 7534 1690


Cuisine: Spanish Tapas


Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 8.3

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 6.7

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 3.0

Gourmand Gunno platinum reviewer 02 November 2012

Eating food for pleasure ought to be done in relaxing circumstances and what really makes Brindisa for me is that despite the concept being one of relatively informal tapas, my dining comrade and I were able to enjoy a two-hour lunch here without ever feeling rushed or that the serving staff resented our presence. On arrival, we were not put under any pressure to order, the waiter told us in which order he would bring the dishes to our table (a relative rarity in tapas places) and whether we were happy with the order he suggested (an even greater rarity) and the gaps between dishes were perfectly spaced. All of this was achieved in a restaurant clearly very busy on a Friday lunchtime. Correspondingly, the atmosphere was great, loud and buzzy, but not to the extent that we were unable to make ourselves heard. The food and drink were also superb. To begin, padron peppers, which were not too salty and boquerones (white anchovies marinated in oil), a dish not too common in the UK, but a staple in Spain and well executed here. Our meat platter that followed was also faultless, a good range, fresh and tender, highly flavoursome. Tortilla was a slight let-down, somewhat flabby and greasy. Cheese, to close, marked a return to form, an interesting selection including Cabba del Tiétar (semi-cured goat's cheese) and Idiazabal (smoked sheep's cheese), although the blue cow's cheese was somewhat astringent and was far too cold, perhaps having come straight from the fridge. A lovely Amontillado with good nutty notes was a perfect match for the food. I would encourage more restaurants to adopt Brindisa's approach.

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 2.0

Vicki G. bronze reviewer 12 April 2010

Buzzing and noisy on a Saturday night, so to be expected. They had run out of the smoked chorizo which was our main reason for going so that was hugely disappointing. However, all the other food was wonderful as were the wines. A very enjoyable evening but expensive.

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

Hari B. 26 September 2008

I am still savouring this exquisite meal 2 days later…