Brasserie Zédel

20 Sherwood Street, London, W1F 7ED

(4.4)
French
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:30 - 00:00
Sunday:11:30 - 23:00.

Magnificent decor, efficiently run by competant, friendly staff. Delicious, excellent value for money table d'hôte menu, plus classic à la carte choices. Live music from 9pm!

Caroline 16 February 2017
From Kilwinning

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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 at the bar includes French aperitifs and rich coffees.

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

The dress code at Brasserie Zédel is smart casual.

Customer Reviews for Brasserie Zédel

4.4

(based on 237 reviews)

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Recommended for

  • lunch (174)
  • dinner (155)
  • value (102)
  • large parties (56)
  • business (55)
  • romantic (53)
  • entertainment (49)
  • luxury (48)
  • trendy (46)
  • afternoon tea (37)
  • private dining (28)
  • child friendly (19)
  • breakfast (19)
  • views (8)
  • al fresco (3)
(3)
20 February 2017 by Roger Kravitz from London
Six of us were dining for lunch, although the restaurant is in the basement Area it is brilliant decorated and does not feel like a basement at all. As with the typical French restaurant plenty of bread and tapwater without asking (thank goodness there was no lemon in the chunks of water) three of us had the French onion soup which was hot and delicious with another soup and meat pate hors d'oeuvre also delicious. Three of us had the venison which itself was very nice but unfortunately there was a taste of burnt onions in the cabbage.

The service was adequate but the service charge is 15% and for that one would expect it to be much better.
(5)
20 February 2017 by Eleanor Norris from London
Love the steak haché and mousse au chocolat!
(5)
16 February 2017 by Cherry Cookson from London
Wonderful as always
(5)
16 February 2017 by Caroline from Kilwinning
Magnificent decor, efficiently run by competant, friendly staff. Delicious, excellent value for money table d'hôte menu, plus classic à la carte choices. Live music from 9pm!
(5)
15 February 2017 by Roger Spencer from harpenden
We have been to Zedel many times now and it never fails to delight us. The food, service and attention are superb and the setting is very impressive.
(5)
15 February 2017 by Liz Blount from Leafield
Brilliant - went for lunch, sat eating and drinking till the evening shift! And everyone who served us helpful and VERY understanding ;-)
(5)
14 February 2017 by Lucy Sharp from London
Amazing staff, great value menu, yummy food and fab atmosphere! Parents and boyfriend loved it. Wish live music and lights dimmed had started earlier but aside from that it was spot on
(5)
14 February 2017 by Sayo Okpaise from London
- The chopped steak, peppercorn sauce and fries was absolutely delicious, a great restaurant
(4)
13 February 2017 by Christine Eysenck from Wimbledon
Really loved the restaurant - wonderful setting. Food good but not great and service excellent
(5)
5 February 2017 by Lorraine Pull from Hampton
We have been to Brasserie Zedel over half a dozen times in recent years, mostly for lunch. The service and food have been consistently excellent, no matter how busy it is. The formule menu is particularly good value. We have taken friends there on occasion and they have been similarly impressed. The Brasserie is such a beautiful room, spacious and light. The staircase, foyer and even the ladies' toilets are a wonderful homage to Art Deco and the jazz age as well as having an authentic French feel.

Brasserie Zédel

20 Sherwood Street, London, W1F 7ED

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