A British-centric brasserie, Mustard serves seasonal, responsibly sourced ingredients from some of the nation's best artisan producers. Discover a menu of hearty dishes, alongside a wide range of cocktails, fine wines and beers.
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98-100 Shepherds Bush RoadLondonGreater LondonW6 7PD
There's a certain kind of draw to Mustard, a classic brasserie in Brook Green, that lures you in when you pass by the restaurant. The golden yellow upholstery on the seats and benches, mixed with the light chartreuse and natural, earthy tones of the restaurant design make Mustard as visually appealing as it is a culinary delight.
I was looking for a quick breakfast on weekday morning, and...more
I would always like to support a local place like this which isn't part of a huge chain but I can't love Mustard.
Service is poor, slow, coffee and food orders taken wrongly (3 different mistakes) rubbish coffee, orange juice bought in and generally lacked in effective communication between staff.
The haddock omelette was quite large in size but not super flavourful.
The full Mustard had...more
I was surprised to be seated at 11 am on a bright sunny Sunday without any reservation. I also half expected a lot of mustardy color (i.e., dirty yellow) for the interior of Mustard, but boy was I wrong! The interior decoration was rustic and homely with a major emphasis on teal and white. Yes, teal can be very comforting.
The food was delicious and the portion was just right. However, it...more
If you have been enjoying this restaurant without a reservation or crowd, I suspect that is about to change very quickly. I stumbled upon this jewel because my usual favorite restaurant in the area, the Green Brook Hotel pub was closed for renovations. The restaurant itself is warm and cozy yet provides space to not be on the table next to you. The staff is professional and attentive. The...more
Mustard recently opened in Brook Green, taking Cafe Rouge's place on Shepherds Bush Road. We live nearby, so we thought we would check it out on a Sunday for brunch. We used to have a lovely brunch place near our old flat (The Table), and we were hoping this would be our new brunch spot!
The decor is nice - a little dark, but very homey. The ambiance slightly reminds me of a mix between Cafe...more