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Brindisa Soho

Head up to Soho and enjoy spanish tapas at Brindisa.

Head up to Soho and enjoy Spanish tapas at Brindisa. This casual and friendly restaurant selects high quality food from Spain to create modern and traditional tapas that Londoners can try along with a wide selection of Spanish wines.


This small and modern location has been opened since 2006, following the Brindisa at Borough Market. Designers Greig & Stephenson brought the same concept to Soho to maintain Brindisa’s homely and cozy style with a touch of modernism and extravagance.

Their mission at Brindisa Soho is to provide the best Spanish food and wine possible in an exciting and sociable environment, where team work is a must. Soho’s Chef Asier comes all the way from the Basque country, where Spain’s most famous tapa’s bars are, to delight customers with any of his cheese dishes and seafood meals. SEEN specially recommends you to leave room for one of his puddings, to finish the dinning experience with the perfect dessert.


46 Broadwick St,
London W1F 7AF
020 7534 1690

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