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Brindisa Tapas Kitchen Soho, London

To celebrate Tom's birthday we went for a little wonder round Soho to find something delicious to eat. After spending 10 minutes debating the options we finally settled on Tapas. We meandered down the road and stumbled upon Brindisa Tapas Kitchen. Walking in it felt authentically Spanish and cosy. We were escorted to the back where there was more of a cafeteria feel with long wooden tables and high stools. 

We were seated next to the open kitchen. I rather like an open kitchen. It adds a bit of theatre to the evenings proceedings. And you know they're not secretly microwaving last nights leftovers.

Pretty light shades delicately dangled from above.
And we enjoyed some very good company. Of course the conversation quickly deteriorated from current affairs to innuendoes. We're a sophisticated bunch you know. 

We ordered lots of food pretty much at random. The menu isn't extensive but is utterly wonderful. Definitely a case of quality over quantity. 
I tried my first ever scallop...
And braised ox cheeks which Lora and I both assumed we'd hate. Pleasantly surprised we tucked in whilst making yummy sounds.

We topped the meal off with belly pork which was so succulent it was heavenly. There was more food but I was too busy tucking in to remember to take photos - bad blogger. Possibly the best garlic bread I have ever had- no butter, just olive oil and garlic grilled, sprinkled with cracked sea salt.

Prices are reasonable at £25 a head including drinks. Brindisa Tapas Kitchens have restaurants in Soho, South Kensington, Shoreditch and London Bridge. You can check out their website by clicking here


1 comment

  1. looks amazing! x


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