A popular restaurant with Spanish appetizers. It appeared at the Borough market 25 years ago and has earned a fame of one of the best experts in Spanish cuisine. Brindisa has several branches in London, but the one on London Bridge is probaby the best. It is situated on the corner and overlooks two streets - a quiet sidewalk that leads to Borough market and a busy Southwark street. In warm season the tables are taken out – try to occupy one of them, order sangria and sufficient amount of tapas (note that serves are rather big). The food costs more than it could have, but the special feel of the place makes it worthy. And you can't book a table - the restaurant sticks to "first come – first served" policy. Usually waiting doesn't take long, though.