Tapas Time at Battersea Power Station

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Tapas Brindisa, the family-run Spanish bar and restaurant known for its authentic charcuterie, cheese and other Spanish delicacies, will open at Battersea Power Station this Autumn.

The restaurant is the latest to join the line-up at Circus West Village, the first phase of the regeneration of Battersea Power Station, which is quickly establishing itself as London’s hottest new food and drink destination.

Sitting on the banks of the Thames, Tapas Brindisa will join Francesco Mazzei’s Fiume and the seafood specialists Wright Brothers, which both opened at Circus West Village last year. The restaurant will also boast a spacious outdoor terrace directly overlooking the River Thames, with the iconic Power Station in the backdrop. Centred on Spanish home-cooking, Brindisa will feature recipes collected over the years by Founder Monika Linton and Brindisa’s chefs, with regularly changing seasonal tapas. Dishes will include: Alejandro chorizo braised in red wine on Navarrico chickpeas and lemon hummus; Sobrasada and Bauma goats curd stuffed figs and chestnut honey and Smoked Ortiz Tuna with candied beetroot and burnt citrus.


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