Tapas Brindisa at Borough Market is a one of the original Spanish tapas trendsetters in the London dining scene. They were at the birth of the tapas revolution that has since swept London during the past 10 years or so.
We’ve been to Tapas Brindisa at Borough Market multiple times and each time left satisfied customers. The location, at the bottom end of Borough Market, is perfect and the interior is homely and quaint. Tapas Brindisa at Borough Market doesn’t do reservations and on most occasions that means that you’ll have to wait before getting seated. However, if you go early or on a Sunday afternoon, you’ll likely be seated straight away.
When we visited Tapas Brindisa at Borough Market we tried the following dishes:
- Chorizo board (8/10)
- Croquettes (7/10)
- Monte Enebro (8/10)
- Green salad (7.5/10)
- Salted Sardines Frisse salad (7/10)
- Lamb cutlets (8/10)
- Tarta de Santiago (7/10)
All the ingredients at Tapas Brindisa Borough Market tasted very fresh and were cooked properly. One point for improvement however, is the bread. They should either toast it or get different bread as the bread they currently serve is nothing special. The service for the most part was good, however, we never got the second dessert we ordered (which suited us just fine as we were already quite full).
The total bill at Tapas Brindisa Borough Market was £77 (incl. service charge, bottle of water and 3 coffees).
Overall rating for Tapas Brindisa at Borough Market: 7.5/10
(Overall rating reflects taste, ambiance and price)