Described as the 'only real brasserie in London' by the illustrious Pierre Koffmann, Brasserie Zédel brings the traditional grand Parisian brasserie to the heart of the capital. Decked out in splendid Art Deco style, this decadent dining spot features intricate mosaic tiling, swatches of marble and majestic Beaux-Arts features. Brasserie Zédel restaurant was bestowed with the top prize of 3 stars by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, presenting a menu filled with simple yet sumptuous French classics.
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20 Sherwood StreetLondonW1F 7ED
Had dinner last week with a friend. Had the boeuf bourgignon and shared escargot for starters. Food was delicious, if a little stodgy. Plentiful bread basket which was welcome. Good value wine which was delicious. Service was fabulous. A fantastically decorated restaurant, a real hidden gem. Will go again.more
You wouldn't think from the outside that once you go down the stairs and in the main room you'd feel as if you are in Paris! But you just do :-)
I have been a few times and always happy to go back.
Last time I had the snails, the entrecote and the lemon tart. All was wonderful! The snails as you would expect in gorgeous parsley butter, the entrecote cooked to perfection (medium/rare) and the...more
I've avoided this place for the last 2 years simply because of its location, assuming it would be filled with boisterous tourists and tacky decor. To my surprise, it has become one of my favorite places, an all-in-one joint with a casual cafe at the top, and a cocktail bar and full restaurant underground.
I adore the art deco theme, old posters and photographs of shows, musicians, and...more
I have no clue why I never knew about Zedels, it's right in the heart of London and I've walked past so many times without stopping or giving it a second look.
From the outside it looks like a café, very much 'café rouge' in style. You can buy juices, coffees and teas, sandwiches cakes and pastries. However downstairs they have the restaurant and Bar Americana.
So we opted to go to the...more
I had heard from a friend that the former Atlantic Bar & Grill had repoened, but I couldn't find the entrance anywhere ... this is because it's no longer a hidden door in a side street but a proper French brasserie with tables and chairs outside.
Ironically we had given up the hunt around the houses and settled on Jamie's ... turned out a very bad choice and we jealously glanced across the...more