Tapas Brindisa - a slice of delicious Spain in SohoMonday, January 27, 2014
I've said this before, a few times on this blog - Spain is one of my favourite countries in Europe. One of the reasons being that I absolutely adore tapas.
So today I want to introduce you to my favourite tapas restaurant in London - Tapas Brindisa Soho.
- Pan de coca - catalan flat bread with tomato and garlic. This is amazing!! Zingy tomato with salted garlic. Yum. Whatever you do, make sure you order this.
- Payoyo - semi cured, mild and nutty goat's cheese with grapes.
- Iberico selection (acorn fed) - iberico racebo ham, salchichon, chorizo, loin served with the most delicious bread and olive oil. There are other meat platters on the menu too if this is a little pricey (£20), but the quality is hard to pass up on.
- Patatas bravas - fried potato with a traditional spicy catalan sauce. A tapas classic.