Boulevard Brasserie is a long-standing popular eatery in Covent Garden.
Located on Wellington Street, between the Royal Opera House and the Strand, Boulevard Brasserie offers a menu of uncomplicated classic French brasserie dishes.
Delicious hearty dishes like beef bourguignon and steak frites sit alongside lighter French treats such as tartines, moules marinieres, and French onion soup – all prepared with aplomb, and the excellent food is complemented by a well selected wine list.
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40 Wellington StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 7BD
With a set menu of 2 courses for £17.50, located in Central London, Boulevard Brasserie is not a bad spot for dinner. However the 2-course deal must be starter and main, it cannot be a main and dessert, which means to have dessert on this set menu you have no choice but to have the 3-course option for £22.50 which seems quite silly. Since my friend and I were short of time as we had an event...more
Went for afternoon tea as a birthday celebration for a friend. The staff was very accommodating as we wanted to make some changes and they are more than obliged to do it no questions asked.
The venue was a lovely little place which looks very deceiving on the outside.. Would definitely recommend for a girlie lunch date or even for a date.. Prices very reasonable especially if you got a...more
Quaint and intimate French brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden - romantically lit (obvi not great for photos, as evidenced by the quality of my sticky toffee pudding pic, but makes for a great date spot).
Came here for dinner on a Sat evening, timed to miss the pre-theatre and post-theatre crowds and walked into a half empty restaurant, mostly filled with couples on dates. My friend...more
Until dining at this restaurant I wouldn't have said I was a huge French food fan. Things have changed.
Looking on Tastecard for somewhere to have a quick but yummy dinner I stumbled across Boulevard Brasserie. It's close to Covent Garden and the Royal Opera house, so by nature in the footfall of tourists aka an assumed tourist trap and not somewhere I'd usually choose to eat in if I hadn't...more
I went for a pre-theatre dinner with a friend, and it was a great experience.
I ordered the mussels, and my friend ordered the pre-theatre menu of salmon and beef bourguignon. All of our dishes hit the spot, and we left feeling very but happily filled.
Ambience was that of a cute, local French type of place. Nothing fancy, but efficient and sophisticated.
Lastly, service was good as...more