With a mezzanine and outdoor terrace, Auberge - Waterloo serves brasserie-style French cuisine and classic Gallic inspired favourites in a rustic, candlelit dining room. <br/><br/>Reminiscent of a Belgian beer hall with twisted iron features and dark wood, the impressive bar serves up international beer and an excellent wine list. Auberge is directly opposite Waterloo Tube Station.

Average main course: £10.00 (USD14.48) per diner
Average food spend: £17.00 (USD24.62) per diner

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1 Sandell Street
+44 20 7633 0610
Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Auberge

3.0 out of 5 2 January 2015
by Meike B.

Auberge is a bit like a pair of slippers ... very comfortable and cosy but you wouldn't wear them to impress. I like the fact that this restaurant/bar has been around for ages and barely changed. It has never been super-trendy but also never seems to date.

I hadn't been for quite a while as the area around Waterloo is no longer the culinary desert it once was - you don't have to walk far...more

3.0 out of 5 26 January 2013
by waeza s.

Hmmm not sure what to write, this place was confusing. Appearance wise this is a nice and very cozy restaurant... But more importantly, the food preparation was unsafe. Our experience here started off alright but there were some problems.

I ordered the salmon filet. The sides that it came with, chive potatoes and the steamed spinach, I really liked. At first I even liked the filet......more

3.0 out of 5 21 December 2010
by Suzanne H.

Awwww-berge. I probably wouldn't go to you if you weren't DIRECTLY across the street from my office. but since you are, I find myself frequenting you often.

I have only had snacks from there, and they were typical greasy pub grub, but I would have to say that Auberge is just an average bar.

The wait staff is friendly, and that's really their best asset. it can get crowded so sometimes it...more

4.0 out of 5 22 December 2008
by Claire L.

For absoloutely superb French cuisine with a modern twist, come to Auberge, near London's superb Southbank area.

This place is usually busy, busy, busy with lots of locals and office workers on their way home. It's a great place to take friends (if you fancy splashing some cash) or for a romantic meal for two. I've mostly been here with my boyfriend and I can tell you the menu is varied,...more

3.0 out of 5 3 September 2008
by Kenneth M.

Initially dubious of this place as it was described as being designed for tourists (which technically fitted me but you know what I mean). On arrival though all fears were dispelled - very cosy & welcoming atmosphere & the staff were quite happy to let us drink relatively undisturbed for a fair while before we ordered.

Good & well priced selection of continental beers and my croque monsieur...more

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