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.
£25 and under
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
i am really surprised this place gets only 2.5 stars (from 2 reviews at the time of writing) this place is much better that!
I'm a huge fan of tapas and this place looks the part. There is a large open kitchen and from my vantage point at the bar i could see all the chefs running around cooking up some fancy looking treats. i have to admit we came here after eating somewhere else so we...more
Wish I could write a review on their food but unfortunately I wasn't able to try anything. After waiting at my table (party of one - so I wasn't waiting for a joiner) for 20 minutes I decided to leave. Apparently the waitstaff was too busy cleaning their sections and chatting away to consider waiting on a customer . Very annoying considering there were only 4 other tables in the restaurant....more
i've been to the previous place that is now the tramontana, and all i've got to say is that i'm glad that i actually felt boozily satisfied after my meal. servers here are informed and good at recommending the best of your desires - i would hope so since they have a heavy spanish accent to accompany. the selection of wine is also really good - ask for help if you're not too...more
The tapas here are pretty damn tasty. Better than Pinchitos, but not quite as good (close though!) to Eyre Brothers. Favorites were the baked eggs with chili (it was a special), goats cheese with honey, canalones, any of the rice dishes, and the potato with duck egg. The house wine is good enough, atmosphere is buzzing but not too chaotic, staff are friendly, and prices are pretty standard...more