More about Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec
Paying homage to one of France’s most eccentric artists, Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec is a Parisian-style diner and wine bar in South London. Head upstairs after a candlelit dinner for a memorable evening of live music in the upstairs piano bar.
French Brasserie classics on the Toulouse Lautrec menu start with a foie gras terrine and garlic Burgundy snails, and continue through a tender duck 2-person shareable cassoulet and a 24-hour slow-cooked shoulder of lamb with redcurrant sauce. International influences draw in delicate Scottish smoked salmon with blinis and a Sunday special of fresh Canadian lobster, served whole or half with garlic butter and crispy chips.
The Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec restaurant in Kennington, characterised by bistro-style artwork and rustic exposed brickwork, stocks a wide variety of French and New World wines. Upstairs is The Loft, a bohemian piano room with a fully-stocked bar, which fuels a lively ambience for daily live performances.
Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec splits the walk between Kennington Tube Station and Elephant and Castle Tube Station, an equidistant 5 or 6-minute walk from each.