The large windows opening out onto Fulham road make this a very light, airy space in which to dine and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The menu draws its inspiration from an Asador Grill, the centre-piece of the kitchen, imported from the Basque mountains of Spain. The menu is influenced entirely by fresh produce cooked over live coals - think smoky aromas and charcoal-seared longhorn rib-eye steaks alongside fresh fish, salads and vegetarian dishes. The restaurant seats approximately 80 people, with up to 150 for buffets or canapé parties. There is also a private dining room which offers the chance to create an intimate atmosphere for your celebration or meeting and can seat up to 24 people. Brasa is also open to the public.