Brindisa's new Battersea Power Station restaurant will have a dedicated cheese and charcuterie bar

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What: Tapas Brindisa Battersea

In a nutshell: A sixth branch of the popular tapas chain with views over the river Thames

Summing it all up: Marking the 30th anniversary of Brindisa, the latest outpost will be part of the Battersea Power Station development. Aside from the spectacular setting and views, we can expect the usual impeccably-sourced Spanish produce, plus a dedicated cheese and charcuterie bar.


The low-down

It’s been 30 years since Brindisa founder Monika Linton first introduced Londoners to beautiful artisanal produce, so it’s fitting that its next opening is in one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, Battersea Power Station.

The menu will be full of Brindisa signature classics as well as some new dishes:

  • Alejandro chorizo braised in red wine on Navarrico chickpeas and lemon hummus
  • Sobrasada and Bauma goats curd stuffed figs and chestnut honey
  • Smoked Ortiz Tuna with candied beetroot and burnt citrus
  • Smoked anchovies with borage mojos
  • Gambas al Ajillo
  • Black rice with crispy squid

We’re also loving the sound of the dedicated cheese and charcuterie bar – a first for Brindisa – featuring freshly carved Iberico Bellota, charcuterie, and cheeses aged in Brindisa’s cheese rooms in Balham. Drinks-wise there’ll be Spanish craft beer and a selection of lesser-known Spanish wines, including some grown by Monika’s brother in Catalunya.


More about Tapas Brindisa Battersea

Where is it? Unit 25, Battersea Power Station, 25 Circus Road West, SW11 8NN

When does it open? November 2018

Find out more: Visit their website  or follow them on Instagram @brindisaspanishfoods


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