The crypt of a church in Brixton might not be the first place to spring to mind when considering where to locate a tapas bar. However, for Gremio de Brixton it strangely works. The bare brick arches of the underground space give the tapas bar an intimate and slightly dark vibe enhanced by the candle-lit tables, framed photos of matadors and flamenco dancers and the catholic shrine housed in a corner.
Gremio de Brixton differentiates itself from the rest of the Spanish bars in London with its range of late night entertainment. Not only does it aim to serve great tapas but also be a great bar and clubbing space. The bar is open until the early hours with DJs playing a mix of Latin beats making it a great late night alternative to the other Brixton bars.
Along with a great selection of tapas, the bar will be well-stocked with a wide variety of Spanish wines and beers meaning it is already well on the way to asserting itself on the list of the best tapas bars in London.
|Pint of Lager||£3.50|
|Pint of Real Ale||£4.25|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£14.95|
A word from the chef:
Gremio de Brixton serves up some delightful Tapas dishes that really hit the spot (ranging from £3-£6 in price). They also do a classic Seafood Paella with King Prawns that serves two people. Authentic, fresh and tasty!
Not going to lie.. I got a little creeped out when trying to find this bar but inside it's amazing! Such a cool venue. Unfortunately the kitchen wasn't open when I went but I hear it's opening soon so will definitely be back to try it out!
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