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Brasserie Joël is a celebrated French fine-dining brasserie in London. Awarded an AA-Rosette for culinary excellence, the restaurant secured a 9/10 from discerning food critic Giles Coren.
The Brasserie Joël menu, like the bustling South Bank around it, changes daily. Perfectly balanced dishes such as lobster bisque and venison terrine are created by head chef Walter Ishizuka, using the finest seasonal ingredients available. A charcoal grill is used to cook tender fish and dry-aged meat, while specials often include unusual recipes such as piglet shoulder and sardines tempura.
The Brasserie Joël restaurant boasts a stunning dark interior, with a touch of French colour in the red and white table trimmings and potted plants. Enjoy a Sunday roast to share, with suckling pork and chargrilled seabass taking centre-stage.
Brasserie Joël restaurant is in the Park Plaza on Westminster Bridge, near the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall.