Tapas Brindisa Rupert Street
Main course, salad and chips.
Mon – Sat / 4:30 – 6:30pm Sat / 9pm – close
You’ll find us where the buzz of Soho and Chinatown meets the bright lights of Piccadilly and Leicester Square. Our tapas menu is all about cooking on fire, inspired by the Asadors of Northen Spain.
At the heart of our restaurant is a 360-degree counter bar and kitchen so you can admire the theatre of service. It’s the perfect spot for pre or post theatre or for a relaxed evening with friends. For us, Rupert Street is where we will love to feast – with a selection of sharing dishes from big steaks to whole baked fish.
Woodfired grill & oven | Open till late | Tapas, charcuterie, cheese & bar snacks | Barrel bar area | Spanish wine list & craft beers on tap | Pre & post theatre menu | Group dining & private hire
4:30pm – 11:30pm
11:30am – 11:30pm
Enquiry email: firstname.lastname@example.org
360 -degree counter dining kitchen & bar
For our tickets events & happenings head over to: www.brindisakitchens.com/whats-on
Main course with chips and salad: £10
£10 for a main course from the charcoal oven and grill with chips and salad.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 30 July 2018
Ends: 2 September 2018
Availability: Mon-Sat 16:30-17:00 20:15-22:30
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Mon - Sat 4:30PM - 5:00PM 8:30PM - 11:30PM
Good variety of tapas, well cooked and presented. Nice place to sit in: relaxed and not noisy - especially after pre-theatre rush. Service very friendly if a bit over-attentive - eg several efforts to clear plates before we were quite ready. But overall - good food and a nice vibe.
Arrived at 9pm after pre booking a table, then before we've even sat down and took off our jackets, a waitress comes over and tells us that at 9:30pm, a larger party will be arriving where we will then be told to move and sit at the bar. This is despite the fact that we have booked a TABLE in advance and we were being told that we only had half an hour to order and eat our food or risk being moved halfway through a meal to the BAR. Terrible service. We complained to and fro for a good 5 minutes before the waitress consulted a senior member of staff and then came back to inform us we could move to another table. Too right! We looked at the menu and it was different to the one on the website which was a disappointment as we had already chose our meals from that menu. Safe to say, nothing on the new menu jumped out at us and the service already left a bitter taste in our mouths so we walked out to no protest from the staff. I doubt they even noticed we were gone as apparently booking tables in advance means nothing to this place. Ended up eating in Chinatown and had a much better time. I would not recommend this place. Avoid.
The manageress Esmeralda was great.
Her Service was fantastic.
Food quality doesn’t match the price. Bad service
Dined here a few times now.
Previous experiences were very good but this time our tables waiter was incredibly lapse with his attention and service.
At one point I thought he must have finished his shift as he disappeared for a good 15mins and we had no one looking after our table.
Food great as always though.
Absolutely fantastic food. I booked for my wife's birthday (having previously eaten at the one near Londin Bridge) and I honestly can't think of a place where I h`ve eaten better than this.
Delicious food made cheaper with a Citymunch voucher!
Delicious family meal. Everything was tasty and beautifully cooked. We went after a theatre matinee and found it to be perfect.
Lovely bright and airy place with good food and a nice atmosphere
Food portion was too small and it was really loud
Good food as always and a new menu since we last visited.
nice food, interesting flavour combinations, quick service
An enjoyable and solid representation of authentic tapas in Central London. The quality of the steak was outstanding (if not a tad overcooked) and there's a good selection of Spanish wines to complement the tapas. Not the best value tapas in London but generally everything our group tucked into was met with 'yum'.
Great service and good options on the menu, especially for vegetarians. Also, wonderful service from the helpful and friendly staff.
Really below average food, service and atmosphere in this restaurant. Overpriced and would not return or recommend it to anyone.
First visit and was good tapas, I would visit again and the service and atmosphere was good. Not cheap but worth a visit
Last minute reservation so we were seated in the back by the kitchen, but this was the only thing to mark our experience down.
We were looked after brilliantly and the food was excellent.
Good food good drinks. Some unique tapas dishes - some worked, some didn't but overall good and enjoyable. Great friendly and quick service despite the party coming in drips and drabs - may be because it wasn't so busy even it was a Friday evening dinining.
Great food, great ambience and fantastic service. Will definitely come back
Third time to the Rupert Street branch and I think it will be the last.
The food, while certain dishes are exquisite, does not match the quality or consistency as Brindisa in Soho.
More important though is that the service is really quite poor. There were a couple of waiting staff who were trying their best but they were stretched too thinly, and the restaurant manager was only there in body, pleasant enough but not at all tuned in to what was going on in the restaurant which was not very busy.
A shame but just not good enough. I’d sooner walk the extra couple of minutes to Soho.
Food was distinctly average and very bland. Overpriced.
Overall pleasant experience, but very uneven menu - some items (tortilla, gambas, almond tart) were exceptionally good and some (croquettas) were average at best. Service was very good
Second time here and the food just gets better and the team there coach you through how to eat or put together local tapas from the different regions of Spain
Great food, super efficient staffand a lovely atmosphere.
This was a lovely lunch with friends, great food & attentive service!
Was celebrating my wife's birthday. The dessert came out with a candle on it , lovely touch .
The food was gorgeous, the tuna salad was a lovely taste , with pear , pine nuts included.
Will be back :)
Excellent tapas served hot from the grill/oven. Good house wine. Reasonably priced. Great and friendly service. Very pleased with this find and its central West End location
Lovely staff, good service with a smile. We were encouraged to sample some wine before ordering. Food was very good, with some original dishes (pork-corn) as well as traditional favourites. Choice possibly a bit more limited than other tapas restaurants.
The goats cheese. WOW.
Needed a pre-theatre venue where the service was quick and the food tolerable. Got both with the added benefit of an enthusiastic serving staff
Good food. Brindisa is always reliable. Nice staff. Only downside was a noisy stag party and restaurant acoustics which magnified the noise.
Absolutely perfect! Food, service, atmosphere! We loved this place and we’ll definitely return.
Quite big for a tapas Resturant but the layout and interiors really took me back to Barcelona! Great selection of tapas all freshly made in front of you, the chefs were buzzing and the service was so warm and friendly. This place is great for couples and groups! Can't wait to go back :)
Had a lovely meal with friends, table at the back, quiet enough to talk comfortably but still a nice hum / ambiance from the kitchen and guests. Everyone happy with the food. It worked out £60pp for those having wine and cocktails, including dessert. We weren't rushed from the table and enjoyed a relaxed meal ordering rounds of good and sharing over 3.5 hrs, so I'd recommend for a group meal.
Delicious pre-theatre meal, fantastic friendly service, plus great wine recommendation. Couldn't fault a thing.
Good quality tapas (but never as good as the real thing in Spain of course) and friendly and helpful servers.
The food was delicious, we had goats cheese, jamon, padron peppers and pork belly - all of which were cooked to perfection. Will definitely come back.
I am now almost a regular here and it never fails to impress!
I took my Spanish friend here for her birthday and it was the best Spanish food I’ve tried in London so far!
Our first time at Rupert Street though we’re regulars at the Soho branch. It’s a bigger restaurant with seats at the bar as well as regular tables. The food was good, a slightly different menu I think, and maybe not quite as well executed, though still good. Service was friendly but a bit erratic - I think every server in the place came to our table at one point! It was a bit quiet at lunchtime, very pleasant but there’s probably more atmosphere in the evenings. We’ll be going back soon to compare.