What they say:
Brindisa, the Catalan inspired restaurant and bar already graces the streets of Shoreditch, London Bridge, South Kensington and Soho; the team has spread their wings to embark upon new territory, this time under two railway arches in Brixton. Unlike its other openings, this venue has opened as Brindisa Food Rooms, partnering the bar with a Catalan-inspired Deli Shop that sells the items served on the bar menu. Epitomised by founder and owner Monika Linton - "I couldn't think of a better way to place these crafted foods centre-stage in such a pure and simple way!".
What we say:
For Tapas-y delights in South London, look no further than Brindisa. Monkia Linton and her team have already fed us full to the brim with cuts of fresh Iberico meat, goats cheese and other Catalan inspired delights at their other London openings - Brindisa Food Rooms in Brixton is no different. Guests and diners also have the added bonus of being able to purchase these Spanish treats from the neighbouring Deli.