A modern French/English restaurant established since 1992 serving high quality ingredients sourced from around the UK with a strong emphasis on fish and game when in season. And notable wine list adding to the dining experience.
Venue Details & Map
25 Winchester RoadBelsize ParkLondonNW3 3NR
- Public transport:
- Swiss Cottage, Underground
Had a fantastic meal at Bradley's. Superb wine list, great service, and marvelous choice of food. I had the set menu: the food was promptly served, piping hot (as it should be!), and wonderfully seasoned. The wine choices I made were good pairs with the foods: pinot blanc for the soup, the Izadi rioja for the duck. The cheese plate was an interesting combination of different cheeses, and...more
Bradley's is a funny place. The food is pretty good and the restaurant looks good with a modern thing going on.
It is expensive you can easily spend over a hundred pounds including wine. If this place was in Mayfair it probably would be fair but in Swiss Cottage at the end of a residential street just down from a door knob and house number shop (seriously) it feels out of place. Given that it...more
Ate here before going to the theatre after reading the great reviews. What a disappointment!
The bread basket was terrible. All three choices were bad.
I had the double baked pumpkin souffle, it was alright.
My partners aubergine salad was below average.
My main course was the schnitzel. Very very oily. In fact it was oozing the stuff, and i hate that.
My partners fish was ok.
Great local place. Food, service and atmosphere all great. We were rushed and they were very accomodating. Set menu is particularly good value. Would come back again soon!more
Whenever I want to get away to a more quiet part of London, I go to Swiss Cottage. Here I found French fare at fair prices. Bradley's offers a two course lunch for 12 in a stylish, artful setting. I was able to choose from pumpkin soup, salmon gravdlax or fried ox tongue, for my first course and portobello mushroom, salt beef or fish cake for my second.
Bradley's is unassuming as it is...more