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
Overall food tasted nice. Been two times. Once at 1pm and another at 3pm. The first time we went was at 1PM and food was very delicious especially the seafood. However, the second visit, food came very fast and noticed it was not very hot and just heated which was very disappointing. However, we could still taste the freshness of the food.more
Considering the fake made corporate owned brasserie right around the corner from Piccadilly, I'm always surprised how much I enjoy it here, from the large comfortable space, the service, and the tasty food that is not as expensive as you would think it would be (at least in the heart of London's tourist district, relatively speaking).
Has become a good standby and their prix-fix are great...more
Maybe the romanticism of being on a first date (with my now husband) wore off because I was even less impressed with Zedel nearly 4 years later. Don't get me wrong, this is a really interesting find in Piccadilly Circus and the architecture is still impressive and the atmosphere is still outstanding, but the food and service just don't hit the mark in the slightest.
My little sister and her...more
My cousin and I actually just randomly went inside this cafe for a hot drink because it was storming outside and we needed refuge ha ha
We were delighted to see what a lovely place this was! Everything you would expect from a posh cafe. We ordered some hot chocolates along with a piece of cake.
I'm not sure exactly what entire place is but it looked something like a hotel...more
I'm a born and bred Londoner who is not a huge fan of central London, particularly Oxford Circus/Picadilly Circus, so when a friend suggested this place, I didn't have high hopes. I was in for quite a surprise...
The first surprise is the entrance. Even though the small, cute, French-looking cafe your walk into is nice, it doesn't prepare you for the beautiful, decadent, art-deco style...more