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About Tapas Brindisa Rupert Street
We’re nestled on Rupert Street, where the buzz of Soho and Chinatown meets the bright lights of Piccadilly and Leicester Square. Our menu is all about cooking on fire, inspired by the asadors of Castilian-Leonese cooking.
We champion the stunning meats, fish and vegetables of Spain, particularly the roaming Ibérico pigs from which our cured and fresh pork comes from.
So, snuggle into one of our booths and enjoy a pre-theatre dinner, or take a seat at our 360-degree dining counter and watch the theatre of our open kitchen, or sit by the window and watch the world go by over lunch.
Don't forget Calcotada 2018! It’s that time of year once again! Time to roll-up your sleeves, strap on a silly paper bib, strip & dip charred calçots in romesco sauce, pour wine into your mouth from great heights & delve into a vast amount of grilled meats and seasonal vegetables and beans.
Contact us to make a booking.
London, W1D 6DE
Spanish, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
4:30pm – 11:30pm
11am – 11:30pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7478 8758
Group dinning & private hire avalible
Just a couple of minutes walk from Piccadilly Circus
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining , Outdoor Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tapas Brindisa Rupert Street Ratings and Reviews
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 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.
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!
It was my first timing visiting the restaurant and I will be going again in the future. There were three of us dining and we order a wide variety of options and every dish was full of favour and presented really well. The only dish I wasn't that bothered about was the patatas bravas but they were still done well.
Excellent restaurant convenient for theatres and the cinema, the tapas are excellent, service friendly and efficient and the wine good value. It is a little different from other restaurants in the area and provides much needed variety. We arrived late and in effect kept the staff up but they were very accommodating and made us welcome
Morada Brindisa - great Spanish food in the heart of Piccadilly. We had a long, relaxing lunch sharing delicious tapas and a paradilla platter, and a lovely wine - based on tempranillo grape. The attractive contemporary décor has traditional Spanish ham and condiments suspended round a central bar, and would appeal for business lunches too. We plan to return for their weekend roast, a huge platter which we noted fellow diners enjoying. Excellent all round.
Wow. Don't know where to start. I've been a fan of Brindisa for a while - loved the shop they used to have on Exmouth Market and eaten at a few before. On this late December evening I was stuck for a late booking, and luckily OpenTable pointed me this way.
Everything was superb - the food, the wine, the interactions with the waiters who appeared to be having as much fun as we were. One of my top meals of the year, thank you Brindisa.
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit for a pre-show meal in the West End of London. Very convenient for theatre district. Service was very good, waiting staff very helpful with respect to portion sizes and ordering additional items. Food was really good and very nice wine by the glass selection.
The best tapasI've ever had outside Spain. Yes, it's expensive, but for such superb food, I think the cost is reasonable. Service professional, if no more. The ambience is good, if a little bit on the noisy side for me. One of my favourite London restaurant experiences...
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