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Tapas Brindisa Rupert Street

  • Soho
  • Supper
  • £££

A relaxed Spanish grill and tapas with a bright modern decor serving sherry, cava and Spanish craft beers.


18-20 Rupert Street, London, W1D 6DF
+44 (0) 20 7478 8758
Opening Times
Mon-Fri 17.00-23.30
Sat 12.00-23:30
Sun 12.00-16.00


  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    Artisan Spanish cheeses — selection £13.75 — are one way to wind down. We eat homemade Santiago tart, where the almond mixture retains a nice chewiness. Sherry, cava, cocktails, vermouth, beer, gin and tonic — all bases are well covered. From the wholly Spanish wine list I particularly like the aromatic 2013 Terra Minei Treixadura Ribeiro, which at £36 is not marked up as much as it might be.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    The large, low-lit dining room is handsomely designed, with colourful Moorish floor tiles, copper light fittings, and a central marble-topped bar-cum-kitchen. The visceral experience of a traditional asador has been somewhat sanitised: unlike at, say, Ember Yard, here your senses aren't arrested by the smell of meat. Also, unlike in Spain, no whole animals grace the menu, just specific cuts of suckling pig and milk-fed lamb. Dishes are hearty in style, but presentation is self-consciously rustic, with braises brought to the table in mini cauldrons.

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  • The Londonist

    The Londonist Says…

    The name signals its style — morada roughly translates as home, and assador means grill. This is a relaxed restaurant where the cooking is done mainly on a charcoal grill and in a Josper oven and the best seats are the counters by the open kitchen, allowing the same chefs who’ve grilled, carved and plated your dishes to hand them over, across counters flanked with legs of ham and bouquets of dried red chillies... Sherry, cava and Spanish craft beers bolster the drinks offering.

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