London-based restaurant chain signs at Circus West Village
Tapas Brindisa, the family-run Spanish bar and restaurant known for its selection of authentic charcuterie, cheese and other Spanish delicacies, will open at Battersea Power Station this Autumn as it celebrates 30 years since founder Monika Linton first brought Spanish produce to the UK.
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.
Situated on the banks of the River Thames, Tapas Brindisa will sit alongside 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.
Circus West Village is already home to a selection of cafes, bars, restaurants and businesses and is now serviced by the MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus. Restaurants already open include; Mother, a pizzeria from Copenhagen, No. 29 Power Station West, a neighbourhood bar and restaurant, Italian restaurant Fiume, seafood specialists Wright Brothers, The CoffeeWorks Project, Vagabond, one of the UK’s first urban wineries, Tonkotsu for Japanese ramen, Cinnamon Kitchen from chef Vivek Singh and The Battersea General Store for delicacies from around the word.
Helen Carr, head of F&B and leisure leasing at Battersea Power Station, said: “Tapas Brindisa is a great new addition to Circus West Village which has quickly become one of London’s most exciting new food and drink hotspots. The plans for the new restaurant sound fantastic and I can’t wait for Monika and her team of talented chefs to bring a taste of Spanish life to the banks of the River Thames.”