Reviews of Boulevard Brasserie

4.5
(based on 1915 reviews)
40 Wellington Street Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7BD
1915 Reviews
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  • By Carol B from Hornchurch
    16 January 2020

    Very good have been to the restaurant a few times and have never not enjoyed the tood

  • By Elaine B from Essex
    11 January 2020

    Booking was easy & the ambience was relaxing with low lighting. Food was really tasty!

  • By Lorraine B from Covent Garden
    11 January 2020

    The food was 1st class, and the service was perfect, very friendly people and very professional. The deal of 3 courses and a drink is very very good. I have been before and I will most definitely go again

  • By Sue E from London
    10 January 2020

    Very good meal, though slightly pricey. Excellent service from cheerful staff.

  • By Duilia P from London
    4 January 2020

    Lovely afternoon tea. Excellent value and good selection. Staff attentive even though the restaurant was full. Would recommend.

  • By Ashley G from Banbury
    3 January 2020

    Lovely, French themed quaint restaurant. We opted for the afternoon tea with free flowing prosecco and it really was! Glass was always topped up swiftly by the attentive staff. Food was nice and good variety on offer. Too much to eat! Great lunch.

  • By Molly R from Chilbolton
    30 December 2019

    A real gem of a place. Visited with son aged 8, father aged 80 and all had very good food. Authentic French, friendly and fast service as well as great value for money in the tourist trap of Covent Garden. Would definitely return and highly recommend

  • By Donna E from Greenhithe
    30 December 2019

    Had a great afternoon

  • By Terry V from Burgess Hill
    30 December 2019

    Nice place, good atmosphere, good service, good food and inexpensive (we were on a deal) for such a central location.

  • By Craig D from London
    29 December 2019

    Dismal at best. Went for afternoon tea. The main feature, scones & clotted cream was abysmal. Scones were hard, dense and better suited for anchors than biscuits. The cream had the texture of cream cheese! The finger sandwiches were passable but the cakes were cheap and simply sugar. It's not worth the £29 unless you want to guzzle down the free flow prosecco.