Tramontana Brindisa

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Tramontana Brindisa celebrates the cuisine of the Spanish Mediterranean. The menu focuses on the flavours and ingredients of the region, with rice a speciality, and an extensive drinks list highlighting the wines of the area. With a long dining counter, communal tables and outside seating, Tramontana Brindisa is an ideal spot for romantic dinners, meals with family and friends, or a quick drink after work.

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£25 and under

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Tramontana Brindisa

Address
152-154 Curtain Road
The City
London
EC2A 3AT
Public transport:
Old Street, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app
Yelp Reviews

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Tramontana Brindisa

4.0 out of 5 11 March 2015
by Sandra G.

Those guys make the best sangria in London! There, I've said it!

Brindisa is one of London's top players when it comes to Spanish food (they actually supply a lot of other restaurants).

As far as food is concerned, we ordered the whole lot, getting the ball rolling with the obligatory Padron peppers, which were perfectly cooked and sprinkled with just enough Maldon salt flakes to balance...more

3.0 out of 5 4 January 2015
by Chiara P.

We went for lunch to check out Tramontana Brindisa in trendy Shoreditch.

The restaurant is light and airy, with a great outside terrace at the rear of the restaurant.

Whilst we made our menu choices, we snacked on Padron peppers [£4.50] which had a dusting of sea salt.

Our mains included Lamb Chump on a bed of sweet potato mash [£9.00], succulent pieces of medium meat complemented by the...more

4.0 out of 5 3 January 2015
by Jason P.

The restaurant is light and airy, with a great outside terrace at the rear of the restaurant.

Our mains included Lamb Chump on a bed of sweet potato mash [£9.00], succulent pieces of medium meat complemented by the sweetness from the mash; Chorizo in red wine [£5.95], mini chorizo morsels complemented by the flavour of the red wine it was cooked in, but sadly swimming in too much olive oil...more

5.0 out of 5 11 November 2014
by Robin C.

Hands down some of the best eggplant/aubergine/berenjena I've ever eaten in my life.

This tapas-style restaurant isn't the best suited for vegetarians but there are sufficient options for a meal and the aubergine males it worth a stop. For carnivores, the menu is a delight. It is a bit pricey as would be expected for a place like this, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Mind you,...more

3.0 out of 5 17 February 2014
by Chloé D.

In the main room, there is a large open kitchen where you can see the staff cooking your tapas, this makes the place really lively and friendly !

There is a large choice of tapas from Pan Con Tomate to Patatas Bravas, Jamon, ... You can also drink white or (and?) sangria. Not the best I've drunk (there is a strong Almond taste in there sangria) but Ok.

The tapas are quite the same, not the...more

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