Brawn is located on Columbia Road in Bethnal Green. A busy, local neighborhood restaurant and bar serving food that is honest and simple, within the season, and sourced through as many local suppliers and producers within our community. On Sundays when the flower market is in full swing, we cook Sunday Lunch for £25 per head. The table is filled with a selection of starters, then a roast followed by pudding. A perfect way to spend Sunday’s!
Brawn opened in late 2010 to great critical acclaim receiving 5 stars from Fay Maschler in the Evening Standard, and a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2011.
£25 and under
If you consider Brawn by its definition as "solid and well-developed muscles, especially of the arms and legs" you might be disappointed.
At this Brawn, the French rustic-chic restaurant on Columbia Road, you might be surprised by the menu. Consisting of mostly uncommon animal parts - such as brain, organs and more obscure appendages - it serves up some not so desirable dishes in the most...more
We came here for lunch on a rainy February day. The restaurant looks slightly non-descript from the street and inside the minimalist theme continues with clean white walls and compact tables. However with some good tunes playing in the background, buzzy atmosphere and friendly staff, Brawn is immediately relaxing.
The menu is presented tapas style with our waitress recommending 2-3 per...more
Cute place. We didn't eat there (there was some kind of trendy restaurant event going on so it was all booked up) but I was starving after traipsing all over Brick Lane and we were looking for pub we went to on our last visit when we came across Brawn. My husband, who is not shy, asked for a piece of bread (yum) to tide me over and we shared a carafe of wine. The menu was totally...more
Excellent! Went here for my cousin's rehearsal dinner. I was highly skeptical after looking at the menu initially on the web, but my, how I was pleasantly surprised. I had the grouse with bread sauce which was very yummy, but the highlight was the pork scratchings. Like frickin porky smooth French fries!! Likey much!more