Boulevard Brasserie

40 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7BD

(4.5)
European
Average
Main Course £12
Food Spend £35
Opening hours:
Sunday - Friday: 12.00 - 00.00 Saturday: 12.00 - 01.00

A great deal, fab service and food was lovely. Was also surprised that they offered us the full menu for the £22.50 offer.
Francesca

Francesca Rose 9 October 2014
From London

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More about Boulevard Brasserie

In a quaint setting 50 yards from the Piazza, Boulevard Brasserie Covent Garden offers uncomplicated French cuisine in an intimate setting. Set over 3 floors with bistro-style decor, there’s also a chic wine bar housed in the cosy basement.

A welcome retreat from the activity of Covent Garden, Boulevard Brasserie London offers simple cooking, using well-sourced ingredients. From the a la carte menu, there are classics like baked brie and cranberry pastry, rocket and Roquefort risotto, and boeuf bourguignon.

Boulevard Brasserie offers a range of delicious French wines and champagne to perfectly complement the wide range of dishes. For those left wanting more, the dessert menu’s tantalising flavours range from lemon and ginger cheesecake to chocolate tart with Cointreau mousse.

Bringing simple French favourites to the heart of London Covent Garden’s Boulevard Brasserie is next to the Theatre Royal, and Covent Garden Tube Station is just a 4-minute walk away.

Customer Reviews for Boulevard Brasserie

4.5

(based on 410 reviews)

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(2)
24 October 2014 by James Foley from London
Lovely restaurant and excellent food but very slow service. I think that they put the Bookatable customers downstairs and the regular customers upstairs. When dessert hadn't arrived after 30 mins I was told that they were very busy upstairs. Oh, and when the ice cream arrived, there were only two scoops instead of the promised three. "You only get two scoops with Bookatable!" How mean is that?
(5)
23 October 2014 by Paul Brennan from Worthing
Second time if eating here. Not in a rush to get out to the theatre this time. Eating on Saturday rather than Friday. Restaurant was full up so booking is essential. The deal is still great value. Having said on the booking we'd been there before. We were 'welcomed back' which was nice and got the same table uostairs overlooking the street - result! Our waiter Victor was attentive and warmly welcomed us. The free drink tuned up with the menus and a jug of water ( which was refilled four times through the meal without needing to be asked. We had the same starters as before the Brie and the salmon which were lovely. We both had the steaks this time one medium and one medium rare. Both were exactly as we wanted them. If I was picky the thin French fries might have been nicer had they been chunky chips but there were plenty of them and overall it was a lovely plate of food. Service was a little slower but as I say the restaurant was full and we weren't in a hurry so it was nice to have the time to relax between courses and enjoy the atmosphere. As far as I could tell no table had undue waits for their food to arrive and none was being sent back so clearly the kitchen was coping as were the waiting staff. We made th mistaje of orderinng the chocolate tart and the lemon and ginger tart only in that they were so filling. And being reluctant to leave them maybe overdid it and felt very full at the end. We could have shared one and been satisfied. Or that could have been the wine ha! The deal is 22.50 for three courses and a drink. With the two bottles of wine, the extra side dish. Teas and coffee we did pump the bill to £100 in total which was a surprise but I didn't have to order the second bottle of wine! This is still a lovely place and we will look to come again the next time we are in town.
(5)
21 October 2014 by Lorna Gipson from London
Was going to the theartre at 7pm had a table booked for 5pm but arrived early so good news as the restaurant was great , food delicious and good portions was full up by our main course but after anice rest had the most wonderful dessert rich naughty but nice ! .our waiter Gabriel was funny attentive and made the evening an enjoyable experience. Ps tony Hadley concert was brilliant too
(4)
21 October 2014 by Julian Spencer from East Grinstead
Super location, lovely room and good food
(4)
21 October 2014 by Natalie Bowbrick from Chelmsford
We had the £22.50 offer - 3 courses and a kir royal. Good choice of dishes on the mains and deserts. Food was very good much better than my expectations. We went Saturday pm and were not rushed at all. Had a very humorous waiter andthe service was spot on. Nice bottle of picpoul reasonably priced. Would recommend going along and would be good venue for pre-theatre dinner.
(4)
20 October 2014 by Stuart Gregg from London
Great location, food and ambience
(4)
20 October 2014 by Charles Watson from London
Very good food and very good service. Atmosphere lets the place down a little bit, quite cramped.
(5)
20 October 2014 by Denise Thomas from Portsmouth
Very good waiting staff. Speedy and full of conversation. Food very well priced and flavoursome. The restaurant is small and tables were close together but this made it more of a brasserie
(5)
20 October 2014 by Steve Lee from Grays
Easy to find. Service was fantastic. Food was absolutely delicious, would definitely go again. Highly recommend it
(4)
17 October 2014 by Laura Apps from London
This was our first time at Boulevard Brasserie. It is a small traditional bistro type restaurant with tables close together. There was a lovely atmosphere.The restaurant was full but will still had attentive service and when we told our waitress that we were in a hurry as we had to get to a show she did what she could to speed things along, including the fact that we asked to pay before we had finished. We managed our 3 course set meal in good time. This was good value and included a class of Kir royal.

Boulevard Brasserie

40 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7BD

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