Prices go back 10 years at Brindisa

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Borough Market fixture Brindisa will celebrate a decade of serving tapas this year. To mark the occasion the restaurant group, which now has four sites, is to offer customers a week of Spanish feasting at the prices of 10 years ago.

From 13-19 October, Brindisa’s top 10 tapas dishes – padron peppers, chorizo, garlic chilli prawns, tortillas, olives, Montenebro cheese, Catalana spinach, crema Catalana, croquetas and patatas bravas – will all be available at the prices they were in 2004. Dishes start from £2.

Brindisa London Bridge, which opened in 2004, has since been joined by Casa Brindisa in South Kensington, and Tapas Soho on Broadwick Street, which both opened in 2008. Tramontana Brindisa in Shoreditch, launched in 2012.


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