Spanish restaurant group Brindisa Kitchens has announced the relaunch of Tramontana in Shoreditch on 14 November.
The 114-cover restaurant will be renamed Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch, taking inspiration from the Spanish word Brindis, meaning to raise your glass to toast.
Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch will offer a selection tapas, picoteos and platters of charcuterie, cheese and cured fish throughout the day including: Gordal olives, deep-fried Monte Enebro goat's cheese, and croquetas de jamon; NardÁn Boquerones (white marinated anchovies); and bacalao (fried salt cod served with black olive alioli).
Designed by Creative Family, the restaurant will be casual and relaxed featuring an open kitchen. The drinks on offer showcase Spanish distilleries, breweries and vineyards. A bespoke wine tap allows diners to have wine by the glass.
Founder and owner of Brindisa Kitchens, Monika Linton said: "I am so excited that we can bring a refreshed finish and improved space with revitalised menus inspired by Spain's east coast to this restaurant. The Brindisa Kitchens team are ready to welcome lovers of our food, old and new, and to continue to bring our Spanish soul to Shoreditch."
Brindisa Kitchens owns and operates five restaurants in London; London Bridge, Shoreditch, South Kensington, Soho and Rupert Street, and Restaurant la Bellvitja in El Raval, Barcelona.
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