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4 out of 5 Based on 2 reviews


Since its opening in 2009 the Basil Restaurant has become a real favourite with the locals of Bromley North, offering the ideal combination of relaxed, unhurried atmosphere and cool, contemporary style. Accompanied by a unique menu, the laid back feel of Basil makes for the ideal setting for a dinner with friends, lunch with colleagues or indeed for a party. Inspired by the Swedish background of owners Keivan and Majid Almasi, the Basil Restaurant menu is particularly known for its unusual Swedish pizzas with their sometimes challenging and always different topping choices as well as the chef’s spectacular steaks. With hanging fish tanks, sleek, modern furnishings and a chilled music policy, Basil Restaurant is a must-visit for Bromley’s residents.

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18-20 East Street, Bromley, BR1 1QU

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+44 (0)20 8460 0018

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18-20 East Street
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4 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Top 2 reviews of Basil Restaurant

4.0 out of 5 9 February 2013
by Hussein E.

Basil's gimmick is 50% off all food, all the time (their website lists the post-discount prices). This means you can get a damn fine meal (main+drink) for a tenner and change. The only exception to this rule of thumb is if you're going for a steak, which is going to run you closer to fifteen quid. For a (delicious, well-cooked) steak. Bonkers.

The menu is incredibly broad, and almost all of...more

4.0 out of 5 29 May 2012
by Jessi P.

I expect to be back a few more times, as this is a regular destination for my gent.

The menu here is varied--meatballs, several kinds of steaks, pizzas, pastas, salads. The steaks are half price apparently all the time and, while mine was slightly more cooked than I expected for medium rare, it was a good piece of meat. We took advantage of the nice selection of wines and split a...more