There’s more exciting news from the developments at Battersea Power Station, with tapas gurus Brindisa announcing its opening there this autumn (and it’s got a snazzy PDR).
Tapas Brindisa will open its new restaurant and charcuterie bar, offering guests epic river views to go alongside everyone’s favourite Spanish food.
A Brindisa first is the 12-pax private dining room, Home Kitchen, which will host chef supper clubs, monthly tastings and cook-offs. It will also be open to private bookings with a number of set menus and packages on offer. Ranging from tapas menus and canapés to breakfast and lunch, prices start at £18pp.
Another Brindisa first is the dedicated, in-house cheese and charcuterie bar, which will feature hand-picked, seasonal cheeses aged in Brindisa’s cheese rooms in Balham (done by Rupert, the husband of founder Monika Linton).
We can’t wait to try out the menu additions of Sobrasada and Bauma goats curd-stuffed figs and chestnut honey; smoked Ortiz tuna with candied beetroot and burnt citrus; and lardo, pig skin and apple crumb.
The interiors will mirror the industrial look of Battersea Power Station with components of heavy steel, wood, pendant lighting and glass.
Watch this space…