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.
Delicious food and a vibrant, lively atmosphere. Very friendly and helpful staff made it an excellent experience, nothing was too much trouble. Food on the expensive side though.
Fantastic tapas that feel authentic, although the service is a bit rushed.
Really enjoyed the place
spacious and bright
the food was great as expected
Fantastic tapas, menu is always authentic and everything is great quality.
Good was delicious, especially the pork loin carpaccio and lamb chops. Service attentive but not obtrusive. A calm oasis near Piccadilly circus.
Food is AMAZING!!!!! Service good and friendly, highly recommend
Food was delicious and ambience was lovely. Would highly recommend to others and would definitely visit again
An excellent recent find in Piccadilly. The food is authentic, wine list appropriate and service always warm and prompt.
Great food and super service..definitely going back soon!
We were going to the theatre close by and needed something quick and easy. We had a few tapas to share and it was all lovely and tasted great. The service was friendly and very efficient and overall everything was just about right. This is not the best or most value for money tapas I have eaten but perfect for what we needed.
Not the best I've tried but still pretty good. The ribs were very stingy for the price absolutely no meat on them. All in all though quite a pleasant meal.
Enjoyed our evening with friends. Well looked after and food generally very good. One or two dishes not to our taste but we did experiment with the Tapas so that wasn’t unexpected.
Unfortunately we were late due to traffic but the staff were extremely accommodating and the service was brilliant seeing we were also going to the theatre,food was scrumptious and a lovely ambience too thank you
Having eaten at Brindisa in Borough Market we found this place decidingly uninspiring.
The staff were fine but the quality of the tapas were very poor. The Jamon was poorly presented, the chuletitas were hugely overpriced two poorly cooked pieces of lamb.
So we spent £140 pounds for a desperately poor experience.
Loved our meal here. The croquettes and chorizo and prawns are to die for
Always good quality with attentive and good humoured service. Used for pre-theatre now several times and will return
My first visit to the Rupert St branch of Brindisa with friends and we enjoyed it very much! Nice friendly service, good wine and a great selection of tapas. Goats cheese in orange blossom honey was delicious, so was tomato bread and garlic prawns. Only slight complaint was the crispy squid, just too bitty & bit over cooked. Otherwise happy to go again.
I prefer the Broadwick location for its more intimate venue and more experienced staff. This one is a bit bright and at the moment not all staff are very well trained - though most were. the food is great - signature Brindisa, though a shame the tortilla was cold and so not just cooked. The star dishes were the salt cod croquettes - immaculate, and the monte enebro cheese.
Disappointing overall. Service was terrible sadly and food was mediocre
A birthday treat for my sis in law. Went down a treat.
Had an excellent meal with some dishes being truly outstanding. The Secreto Iberico was so good that I am thinking about it 2 days later, enjoyed it more than the Txuleton beef which itself was very good. I have had better Jambon de Bellota & fried squid which I found over fried. However the chicken livers, salad, prawns in garlic by far made up for any fall in standards. Dipping the bread into the garlic oil of the prawns was fantastic treat. Looking forward to my next visit. The service was on point and we were given a booth in the window which was comfortable. I suggest they increase the amount of comfortable/soft banquette seating to encourage friends & family to visit more frequently. Overall a delicious meal.
An excellent restaurant with superb food and great service . The best tapas I have had in a long time
Great pre theatre find. Will go again. Very busy so need to book.
We were quite late and it was no problem. Waiter was very friendly and accommodating! He also helped us with how much food to order. Will be back !
Nice tapas and ambience. Food was very fresh and tasty. We also had nice service from our waiter Javier which made our visit even more pleasant.
Service was fantastic, friendly and efficient. The of the dishes was disappointing compared to the usual high standard. They did however, give us a free dessert to make up for it.
impeccable service, delicious tapas, modern setting, cool atmosphere!
We visited on a Saturday afternoon (table for 4.30pm) prior to a night at the nearby Gielgud Theatre. We were the only ones in the restaurant when we arrived, but by the time we left (6.30pm-ish) the place was buzzing. The staff couldn't have been more charming and attentive. They all knew the menu inside out (including the 'secret' ingredients not mentioned on the menu). The range of dishes on offer was exemplary, with a number of very novel additions to the normal 'classics'. Stand outs were the Galician octopus and the chicken livers in Pedro Ximenez (PX) sherry. The wine selection was excellent too (we opted for a very, very drinkable Valencian red - El Le Bombe - I think - anyway, we had two bottles between four of us!) They even had Galician Estrella! Everything was beautifully presented - and we could see all the chefs in the centre of the restaurant working their magic; a particular plus for a family very interested in cooking, as well as eating! Service was very efficient, whilst not obtrusive and clearly all the staff very much enjoyed what they did ('goodbyes' from them all as we left). Would not hesitate in recommending the place to anyone and is clearly extremely convenient for Theatreland. But don't just take my word for it, try it out for yourself. We will certainly be returning (very soon, I hope!)
REally nice restaurant. Great food and lovely service
Great selection of food, set menu offer not clear
Really enjoyable evening, food was superb and the service was excellent. Particular mention to our waiter, Miguel. Exceptional customer skills and really helped us decipher the menu. Food was really creative and well presented. You must try the chicken, beautifully marinated and so tender. Thanks for a superb evening.
Traditionnaly diner with Brindisa on Rupertstreet every year around this weekend.
Yesterday the food was excellent. The service was ok, too crowded and less attention for us. Despite we were zitting at the bar and view to the kitchen/ brigade.
I went to this second branch of Brindisa in Soho, having been to the Broadwick St one twice before. Really good menu here, as in others Brindisa, with a delightful mix of Spanish classics and more daring dishes. From the ones we sampled, I can particularly recommend the artichoke dish (available with or without ham), the tortilla and the sliced beef dish recommended to us. This review would be incomplete without a special thank you to our attentive and friendly waiter Miguel, who really added to the experience. Highly recommended!
All of the Brindisa restaurants are great - but this one is a real find - nestled among chains catering for the theatre audiences - this is just fabulous. The tapas are wonderful, the wine excellent and the staff knowledgeable
Food was delicious but you need to love garlic as there was plenty of it - to my liking. Each dish was lovely, especially the prawns, pumpkin & the croquettes. The sauce that the prawns comes in is amazing. Make sure you dunk your bread in it to savour it all. The pumpkin was my favourite with amazing flavour combinations. The pork ribs were disappointing however. For £14.50 we expected more than 1 rib each and certainly with more meat on them. Service from Manuel was excellent passing on his bread dunk tip for the prawns, and accurately selecting Spanish wines to match our preferences from other regions that we know and love. We had 5 tapas, bread and drinks for £100 which is expensive no doubt, but you pay a premium for the central location also.
Very good cod fritters. Ordinary salmon with fries.
I booked this restaurant off the cuff I wasn't quite sure what to expect but my daughter and I loved it.
The food, ambience and staff were lovely.