on savoury manchego biscuits and hand-picked Rioja, before moving on to a dish
of steaming gambas, hand-cured seasonal cheeses or black rice with crispy squid. New for Brindisa,
the restaurant houses an in-house cheese and charcuterie
bar, spotlighting hand-picked,
seasonal cheeses aged in Brindisa’s cheese rooms in Balham by Monika’s husband Rupert.
If you’re lucky you can also join Tapas Brindisa’s exclusive ‘Home Kitchen’, housed in a smaller back room where chefs serve up their newest creations to small groups of up to 12 guests.
|What||Tapas Brindisa, Battersea Power Station|
|Where||Battersea Power Station, 188 Kirtling Street, London, SW8 5BN | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Battersea Park (overground)|
|Website||Click here to book|