La Brasserie


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.

Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD37.64) per diner

£26 to £40

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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La Brasserie

272 Brompton Road
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 22 reviews

Top 5 reviews of La Brasserie

5.0 out of 5 1 February 2016
by J. 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

5.0 out of 5 2 November 2015
by Robbie B.

A restaurant doesn't stick around as long as this one has for no reason!

You will have a lovely meal in an energetic atmosphere will is fun. The food is well priced for London but if you go for the 2 or 3 course prix fixe option then even better. Usually with those types of deals, you'd expect the portion size to become smaller but that is not the case here.

Worth checking out for a more...more

4.0 out of 5 31 March 2015
by Joshua J.

Had a terrific pesto risotto with fried cod. Perfectly cooked risotto and excellent fish, would eat it weekly but for the fact its a bit unhealthy.

Room is standard French and the service is the same. Sisters chicken supreme was good as were chips.

A fun lunch spot, especially now that Tartine is gone. A bit expensive but area i guess it goes with the territory. Also, no nicoise salad.more

3.0 out of 5 25 September 2014
by Teo B.

We ended up here after dining at Chisou. We decided not to go to any bars or clubs and wanted to be mellow. It was really late, just wanted drinks and the service was amazing. We couldn't figure out what kind of wine we wanted and the servers was kind enough to suggest we can taste test the open bottles we were insterested in. We settled for a chardonnay and I had a mixed german wine. We...more

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