Brindisa’s original location in London Bridge will always hold a special place in our hearts as one of the original decent tapas restaurants in London. But we’re not in London Bridge - we’re in South Kensington. This Brindisa location comes into its own when the sun is out, the windows are open, and the outside seating is laid out - you almost feel like you’re in a foreign country. Mainly because it’s filled with tourists. The usual standard tapas classics appear on the menu, and if you’re in need of a half decent meal near the museums, then this isn’t a bad shout.
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