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Brasserie Blanc - Threadneedle Street
60 Threadneedle StreetLondonEC2R 8HP
I went here for breakfast with a group of people from work, as we were being treated by the boss before a meeting. We were a large group, c20 people, and I was very impressed at how efficient the staff were.
Most people had pre-ordered, but of course there were tweaks to be made, and the staff coped very well with that, and they were so lovely. Everyone was brought their breakfast at the same...more
We came in here on a whim for an early supper this evening and were blown away with the food.
It was very early when we sat down - around 5.45pm, but while we were there, the restaurant didn't seem to fill up at all - with only a couple of other tables by the time we left at 7pm.
I had the fillet steak with a side of mushrooms and a salad. (They very kindly made the mushrooms specially, as...more
i've been to this restaurant for a corporate event so didnt really chose it but ate for free :)
1st thing to note is that we had a room for ourselves, which was nice as we were more than 20 people!
I got the scallops for starter that were ok, they were mixed with potatoes so unfortunately you couldnt taste them.
then went for the steak tartare! partly because i didnt have a chance to eat one...more
You'd think that coming from Blanc (albeit a chain), there'd be a certain attention to detail and finesse to maintain integrity in the name... but you'd be wrong.
The food is good, passable, adequate. As expected, the food is just that little bit more expensive than you'd expect, but certainly not exorbitantly so.
I ordered the specials that day. The starter was a prawn and lobster...more
This was my second time to Brasserie Blanc for a business meeting. My first time was for a breakfast meeting this time it was lunch. The food was absolutely beautiful. I had the ham hock and pea soup followed by the grilled cod with mash. Nothing complicated but extremely tasty and well presented. The staff was extremely attentive. I would have given 5 stars but for the point the I felt...more