La Brasserie

About

Bringing timeless Parisian chic across the Channel, La Brasserie has stood as a landmark London eatery since 1972. A refreshingly simple menu showcases time-honoured European recipes, alongside a high-end selection of boutique wines, and cocktails served from the fabulous bar. Sumptuous chef's specialities include plat du jours and seasonal menus, or classic French onion soup and beef bourguignon.

Prices
Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD38.05) per diner

£26 to £40

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96% customer satisfaction rate

Venue Details & Map

La Brasserie

Address
272 Brompton Road
London
SW3 2AW
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 26 reviews

Top 5 reviews of La Brasserie

3.0 out of 5 21 May 2016
by Juniper B.

This is where I had my first ever official English Breakfast. Good restaurant, nothing special.more

4.0 out of 5 12 May 2016
by Shambhavi P.

Date night on Mad Friday at a nice, cosy French brasserie. Good thing we had reservations...the place was running full capacity at least until 10:30.

La Brasserie has lovely, authentic French charm. The line up of cafetieres and champagnes run wall to wall....how much more French can it get?!

For the starters, ordered the scallops and cocktail prawns. Yummy and just the right temperature....more

4.0 out of 5 26 April 2016
by Pamela S.

I came here for brunch. I ordered eggs Benedict and a cappuccino. I also had a creme brulee which had rosemary and orange. The food was yummy and the service was OK. The restaraunt does have a Parisian feel.more

5.0 out of 5 1 February 2016
by James B.

Full disclosure: bar review only.

We swung by here on New Year's Eve and the place was rocking. Rocking defined by a 30+ married couple, that is, but still. Plenty of champagne options, including a cheaper one (so you can drink to excess on NYE). Quite the people watching experience as we partied with the elderly, teenagers, and pros. I had the time of my life here.more

3.0 out of 5 29 November 2015
by Jess L.

My husband and I spontaneously stopped in on a weekday around 21:00. We sat at the bar, which was mostly full. There were a handful of tables still eating.

I got a glass of Prosecco (£8.50), and my husband got a Manhattan (£8.50). It was one of the weirdest Manhattans we've ever tried, though; a bit citrus-y. Not our fave, but it was fun to watch the bartender make it. It looks like they have...more

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