- Opening hours
- Monday to Sunday: 09:00 - 23:00.
Excellent food, sevice and ambience
25 February 2016
from Bury Saint Edmunds
Bringing timeless Parisian chic across the Channel, La Brasserie has stood as a landmark London eatery since 1972. A refreshingly simple menu showcases time-honoured European recipes, alongside a high-end selection of boutique wines, and cocktails served from the fabulous bar. Sumptuous chef's specialities include plat du jours and seasonal menus, or classic French onion soup and beef bourguignon.
272 Brompton Road, London, SW3 2AW
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Customer reviews for La Brasserie
(((** 12 June 2016 by Maria from London
Dinner was fantastic as always . The only issue we had was when we arrived the lady at reception said we didn't have a table booked . I even had your confirmation in my phone to show her. Then eventually she sat us down to a table. Over all great dinner . We love the restaurant.
((((* 14 March 2016 by Else from London
((*** 8 March 2016 by Martin from london
The wine was very poor. I keep complaining about this. They have rejigged the wine list and it seems worse. Your on line booking did not go through; they compalined that this was an ogoing situation.
The food was adequate as usual with excelleny service.
((((( 25 February 2016 by Dominique from Bury Saint Edmunds
Excellent food, sevice and ambience
((((* 15 January 2016 by Hayley from London
Lovely place for lunch
((((* 5 January 2016 by Margaret from Woburn
I liked the restaurant very much. Me and my husband were visiting from the U.S. and all I wanted on our trip was to experience having afternoon tea. My husband isn't a tea lover like I am so he ordered off the regular menu. He ordered the Sirloin steak with chips and his steak was perfectly cooked. I ordered the full tea which included a fresh baked scone served warm with clotted cream I selection of tea sandwiches which the waitress was nice enough to adjust because I did not want the salmon sandwich. It came with 4 very small but delicious sweet treats. My only complaint was the service was a bit slow and the waitress and waiter who both seemed to be waiting on our table didn't take the time to describe the sweets that came along with the tea, I think perhaps if you were someone with a food allergy it might be better to ask the servers about the type of sweets that were being served. The atmosphere of the restaurant was casual but beautiful. We sat right next to the front window so it was a beautiful view. Next time we are in London I might actually try somewhere different that felt more like a tea room rather then a bar, but that's just my preference.
((((* 25 December 2015 by Martin from london
The best restaurant features are the service and lovely atmosphere. These are as good as I have ever encountered anywhere. You are sort of sucked in as soon as you pass through the front door and all is great from there on in. The food is variable but generally good and I now know the menu and look forward to dish of the day. I now know the wine list so no disappointments anymore. On line booking is very easy. I see old people eating on their own which says a great deal for the kindness of the staff.
(((** 7 November 2015 by Annabel from London
Lively place for Sunday brunch, very expensive but that's what you expect for Knightsbridge. Service is pretty awful though. Ask for a table away from the bar because the clattering of dishes is really loud
((((( 29 October 2015 by Barbara from London
Wonderful as always.Regular diner as is my husband.Supurb atmosphere and great service.
((((( 27 October 2015 by Klaus from London
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