Tapas Brindisa Relaunches in Shoreditch
Sourcing and supplying high quality Spanish products to restaurants, delis and food halls in the UK since 1988, Brindisa honours and celebrates the culture, landscape and food of Spain.
The brainchild of Monika Linton, influenced by her early life spent on Spain’s Eastern Coast, Brindisa started small and grew to become one of London’s most cherished devotees of Spanish cuisine. Brindisa takes its name from the Spanish word brindis, “to raise a glass to toast”, and what started out in a warehouse, in 2004 moved to Borough Market where its first restaurant ‘Tapas Brindisa’ was born. Garnering London with produce from some of Spain’s finest artisanal suppliers and growers, since then the group has expanded to open six tapas bars and restaurants across London and Barcelona.
Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch relaunched this month in an ode to Mediterranean coastal dining. Inspired by the group’s travels from Cádiz to Catalonia, the Shoreditch venue, formally known as Tramontana, will be reviving the spirit of the flagship Borough site. In harmony with the ambitions of Group Executive Chef Josep Carbonell and Group Head Chef Leonardo Rivera, who are both Catalans, at Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch they have created a menu with inspiration rooted in the coastal villages, and rural areas of these regions.
Marcona, Gordal Olives, Palomas de Ensaladilla Rusa, Iberico Bellota and Croquetas de Jamon.
Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch, 152 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AT
November 17th 2016