Morada brindisa asador

April_Latest Openings_Morada Brindisa Asador (c) Vladimir StudenicB

Morada Brindisa Asador, a part of the Brindisa Tapas Kitchens, opened its doors to tapas enthusiasts early this March. Brindisa, meaning ‘raise your glass in celebration’, has built itself a name in the retail industry for sourcing authentic Spanish ingredients. The restaurant revolves around the Castilian tradition of roasting suckling pigs and lamb in a vast wood-fired oven, known in Spain as an ‘asador’ – hence the venue name.

Morada’s dominating 360-degree bar, where dishes are both prepared and served for a casual, laid-back dining experience, mirrors the bustling, vibrant surrounding streets of Chinatown and Piccadilly.

The menu is largely focussed around items cooked over charcoal – well-balanced between meat, seafood and vegetables; perhaps grilled, roasted, stewed or braised. Expect a refined range of plates, from flame-grilled vegetable salads to Segovian roast suckling pig – all homely and extravagant in equal measure. Wrinkled potatoes with mojo picot salsa; slow-cooked gazpachos manchegos (a traditional game stew with unleavened torta); and Castilian roasted milk-fed lamb are just a few of the traditional, tempting dishes on the menu.

18-20 Rupert Street, London W1D 6DE || T: @Brindisa | FB: Brindisa

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