Breakfast at Tapas Brindisa London Bridge? ¡Muy Bien!

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Tapas Brindisa London Bridge has updated its breakfast menu and the hours it’s available. The results are muy bien and the portions are the very definition of muchísimo.

Of course, if you’re just popping in for a quick cortado and a pastry, you expect a well pulled cup of coffee served with friendly efficiency. If you’re truly hungry though, I highly recommend going with something from the “Classics” menu. I recently had – and savoured every bite of – the morcilla with eggs, apple fritters and honey served over grilled toast (£6.50). It was gorgeous and bountifully presented. A side of grilled chorizo (I reckon Brindisa offers some of the best in London) for £3.50 might have pushed things over the edge but ensured I was satiated through the afternoon and gave any other so-called “all day” brekkie a real run for the money.

I’d be keen to replicate that meal again (and soon please) but would probably lean toward trying something else. “Broken eggs” over fried potatoes and Iberico pork sobrasada sounds absolutely scrumptious.

To the best of my knowlege, the other Brindisa outlets don’t do breakfast (yet anyway). If you’re commuting through London Bridge, planning a Borough Market shopping expedition or simply hankering a magnificent morning meal, breakfast is served at Tapas Brindisa London Bridge from 8:30am to 11am, Monday to Friday and 9am to 11am on Saturdays. The restaurant is located at 18-20 Southwark Street, SE1 1TJ.

Find out more at brindisa.com.

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3 Responses to Breakfast at Tapas Brindisa London Bridge? ¡Muy Bien!

  1. Tom Andrews says:

    I love Brindisa and for breakfast it can’t be beaten though I find in the summer it’s too much – no reflection on Brindissa, I just don’t enjoy a large breakfast in the summer.

    My favourite is quite English sounding – ham eggs and chips but nothing like a greasy spoon. Iberico ham with lovely bread and perfectly fried eggs bears no relation. That and a cup of coffee and some orange juice is a perfect way to start your weekend.

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