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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.