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Brasserie Joël is a celebrated French fine-dining brasserie in London. Awarded 2 AA Rosettes 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 dry-aged beef tournedos rossini 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.