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Browns Brasserie & Bar - West India Quay

Hertsmere Road, London, E14 8JJ

((((* British
Main course: £13
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 10:00 - 23:00
Friday & Saturday: 10:00 - 24:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 22:30

Love it! The red velvet Victorian sponge is brilliant!

Koonyang Lee 08 November 2016
from London

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Set in a thriving part of London’s Docklands, Browns Brasserie & Bar - West India Quay serves tasty European-inspired cuisine and refreshing cocktails in a lively, welcoming environment. Surrounded by a combination of historical & modern architecture, the Browns building was formerly a 19th-century sugar warehouse, and boasts a seating area overlooking the dock.

Spanning from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, the Browns menu offers all-day brasserie dining. Indulgent plats du jour and Sunday roasts are staple favourites, while sumptuous European flavours include lobster tagliatelle, the wild boar & chorizo burger, or steak pie with buttered mash and broad beans. A sophisticated children’s menu at Browns offers tempting favourites with a grown-up twist.

Showcasing a penchant for cocktails, the Browns bar offers an array of classic mixes, signature concoctions and thirst-quenching mocktails, as well as fine world wines, smoothies and creamy milkshakes. Enjoy Browns’ afternoon tea and cake accompanied freshly-roasted coffee from an independent supplier, or a warming pot of loose leaf tea.

Browns Brasserie & Bar - West India Quay in Limehouse is a 3-minute walk from West India Quay DLR Station.

Browns Brasserie & Bar - West India Quay

Hertsmere Road, London, E14 8JJ

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Customer reviews for Browns Brasserie & Bar - West India Quay

4,2 ((((* (based on 18 reviews)
94% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • afternoon tea (11)
  • dinner (11)
  • large parties (7)
  • lunch (7)
  • al fresco (6)
  • trendy (6)
  • business (5)
  • private dining (5)
  • romantic (4)
  • value (4)
  • views (4)
  • breakfast (3)
  • child friendly (3)
  • luxury (3)
  • entertainment (1)
  • ((((* 18 November 2016 by William Newman-norton from London

    Delightful surroundings. Tables well spaced rather than too crowded. Food excellent with generous portions. Service good, staff friendly and thoughtful.

  • ((((( 8 November 2016 by Koonyang Lee from London

    Love it! The red velvet Victorian sponge is brilliant!

  • ((((( 19 October 2016 by Roy Dempsey from London

    excellent food and service

  • ((((* 20 September 2016 by Roma Philand from London

    Excellent food and service. Pity black pudding was missing on 1 of full breakfasts

  • ((((* 13 September 2016 by Maggie B from London

    Good service from a very friendly waitress. Good was nice but not much of it....

  • ((((* 5 September 2016 by Alethea Hastings from West India Quay

    Good service, choice of food well presented. Well return when I am next in the area.

  • (**** 23 August 2016 by Miki Chong from London

    I went to treat my friend for afternoon tea here and I regretted going. The scones were served warm but they dried up quickly, like rock hard, so I was only able to eat one. The red velvet cake doesn't taste like red velvet, the lemon and earl grey tea cake was so dry that I couldn't put it in my mouth. We left so much on the rack and we were so shocked and discussed about the food.The sandwiches were ok, nothing special. So sad, what a shame... I can't believe they can serve such food. Honestly, I'd say that grabbing a sandwich and cake from tesco is better than eating that. If you have the money to throw in to the bin, then go ahead and try out the afternoon tea. Wasted my money. It's not a place for afternoon tea.

  • ((((( 30 March 2016 by Lauren Speed from London

    We had the afternoon tea here and it was lovely. The food was great - I especially liked the mini scones and the white chocolate mousse/ganache. The tea was beautiful and we paid a little bit extra for the gin and tonic, but it was well worth the price. The staff were very friendly and smartly dressed, and the restaurant itself was beautifully presented. On top of that, the price was incredibly reasonable for afternoon tea in London. I've paid twice that in other places and got very little extra for the money in my opinion.

  • ((((( 9 February 2016 by Marina Cullen from London

    Brilliant Sunday Lunch with great staff.

  • ((((* 26 January 2016 by Habiba Akther from London

    The restaurant was fab, a quaint little place located at west India quay, over looking the water.

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