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Brasserie Zédel

20 Sherwood Street, London, W1F 7ED +44 2035899581

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Lunch with godson pre - RA Summer Exhibition. His first visit and hen loved it.

Patricia Bedford 08 June 2014
from London

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Championed as the ‘the only real brasserie in London’ by French culinary master Pierre Koffmann, Brasserie Zédel is a Parisian grand brasserie plucked straight from the 1920s, marrying opulent surroundings with astounding value. Smooth marble, mosaic tiling and rich wood panelling are dotted through this nostalgic dining space.

Awarded the top prize of 3 stars by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, the Brasserie Zédel menu features premium ingredients made to uncomplicated continental recipes. A plats du jour menu showcases an ever-changing list of timeless French favourites, while sumptuous menu constants include pan-friend whole plaice with lemon and new potatoes, or braised beef in red wine with bacon and mash.

A decadent patisserie menu offers a plethora of elegant sweet treats at Brasserie Zédel in London, while luxury French cheeses can be selected in pick ‘n’ mix fashion. A selective drinks list includes French aperitifs and rich coffees.

Evoking the Paris of yesteryear in the heart of the capital, Brasserie Zédel in Soho is a 2-minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.

Brasserie Zédel

20 Sherwood Street, London, W1F 7ED

Contact +44 2077344888
Reservations +44 2035899581

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Customer reviews for Brasserie Zédel

4.6 (((() (based on 14 reviews)
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  • romantic (3)
  • breakfast (2)
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  • ((((* by from Great Missenden

    Had a lovely lunch on 31st Dec for my birthday. Food was great, the atmosphere was exciting and it was just across the street from the theatre where we were about to see the Jersey Boys. They wished me Happy Birthday with Chocolate and petit fours, so lovely of them.

  • ((((* by from Yorkshire

    Great food and best kir in London.

  • ((((( by from London

    Lunch with godson pre - RA Summer Exhibition. His first visit and hen loved it.

  • ((((( by from London

    Overall our dining experience was very good. Despite the fact that it is a big and busy restaurant, the service was outstanding. The food very good, the wine was great and the prices very reasonable for the quality given. If I had to mention a negative this would be the noise from the diners as it is a quite big restaurant but again this is the brasserie ambiance !

  • ((((( by from Surrey Heath District

    Will go back soon. Thought booked an offer but offered on their menu at same price. No probs with that though.

  • ((((* by from London

    Very impressed indeed. Food really good service very attentive . Location excellent! And the setting in the Brasserie,we both felt we were in Paris. Will definitely be coming back with more friends and my family. Exceptional value for the quality of food, and our waiter was so lovely . Thank you

  • ((((( by from Barnet

    Really great atmosphere as although it is a very big room, there are always plenty of people & the place is buzzing. Friendly staff, great food at reasonable prices especially bearing in kind its location in central London. Sweets are gorgeous & their homemade bread is yummy!

  • ((((* by from London

    Easy to book, great service, atmosphere and very good food.

  • ((((* by from London

    Great atmosphere and interior. This is my third visit here, so obviously I like the place. Food is good, brassiere style fare. Presentation is plain and unfussy. My only gripe is that the menu is in French (with English translation on only around 60% of the items) I don't speak French! I could work out most of the menu, I'm not completely ignorant, but why do they do this? I understand that having menu items in French is part of the experience, but why translate some and not others? It just wastes the waiters time being asked to translate instead. I do find this policy a bit arrogant.

  • ((((( by from London

    Such a great, glamorous venue! A real surprise to walk down the stairs to. Service was good, food was tasty and very reasonably priced. Will definitely be going back, in fact I've already booked!

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