Spanish restaurant Brindisa opens for breakfast

17/10/2017 10:10
Spanish restaurant Brindisa has just opened its Soho branch for breakfast – offering diners a “traditional Spanish breakfast” of six “toastas” dishes.

Created by founder Monika Linton and head chef Josep Carbonell, the seasonal breakfast menu is designed to reflect “the simplicity of Spanish cooking,” and comprises six “toastas” (toast) dishes, including: humus y grenada (humus, pomegrate, pickled radish and nuts), aguacate y huevo (avocado, sweetcorn and poached egg), and cangrejo y huevo (cornish crab and poached egg.)

Also offering a selection of “typical Spanish” beverages, the drinks menu includes freshly-squeezed orange juice, coffee, Brindisa’s own hot chocolate, and a Virgin Mary.

Linton said: “Toast is a universal breakfast but travelling around Spain, you find will find some many exciting ingredients on top of your toast – tomato garlic and olive oil, kippers, omelette, cured meats of all types, fresh and cured cheeses and fruit of many varieties.”

"We wanted to bring these together for a colourful, wholesome breakfast in Soho! One of my all-time favourites is Iberico ham on tomato bread, it could not be simpler, and yet is utterly delicious!”

Tapas Brindisa Soho is now open for breakfast from 8am-11am Monday to Friday.

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