Find this excellent eaterie between South Ken tube station and The National History Museum. It joins Brindisa Tapas & Tierra Brindisa as offshoots of the excellent Spanish food importer (q.v.).
Expect a buzzy atmosphere and packed tables. As the name implies, tapas is the name of the game and these can be enjoyed either grazing at their stand-up bar, or in a more leisurely-style in the seated area.
They have a top-class selection of tapas (hot varieties only being offered during lunch & dinner times); plus they have a dedicated ham carving corner - where you can enjoy freshly-cut hams, perhaps with a glass of Sherry.
They offer Spanish-style breakfasts - which are popular & have a children's menu at the weekend, and offer Paella between 12.00 & 16.00 on Sunday.
- Food Style: Spanish
- Lunch: Mon-Sat 11.00-23.00, Sun 11.00-22.30; Tapas from about £7 to £23
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 11.00-23.00, Sun 11.00-22.30; Tapas from about £7 to £23
- Seats: 60, plus 6 outside
- Wine: a good Spanish list kicks off in the mid £20's, and includes a selection of interesting Sherry
- Children's portions: Children's Menu at the weekend
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Nearest station: South Kensington Underground
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Closed: 25th & 26th Dec.
- Air conditioned
- Outside eating