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Morada Brindisa Asador

March 2015

As restaurant enthusiasts here at Restaurant Property, we are constantly keeping our eyes open for exciting new venues to try out. This month we have chosen:

18-20 Rupert Street, Soho
London W1D 6DE


With successful restaurants in London Bridge, Broadwick Street, South Kensington and Shoreditch, Brindisa Tapas Kitchen has now brought it’s extremely successful concept to Rupert Street.

The 3,445 sq ft restaurant was secured in a deal with Shaftesbury PLC, advised by Restaurant Property, and has now opened its doors to the public in this vibrant and buzzing area, on a street becoming popular for an array of eclectic restaurants and bars.

Located in Piccadilly, Morada Brindisa Asador will present the Castilian tradition of roasting meats in an ‘asador’ with dishes ranging from iberico pork and jowl pincho, to artisan cheeses from Mainland Spain and The Islands with a variety of fantastic wines, sherry’s and Spanish liquors to compliment each meal.

The Morada Brindisa Asador will boast a 360-degree bar with a Robata oven and Jasper grill, giving this restaurant a truly authentic feel and making it a unique dining experience.

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