Brasserie Vacherin is a Classic French Brasserie brought to you by award winning chef Malcolm John. Located on Sutton"s High Street they will offer a variety of classic French dishes such as Chateaubriand, Escargots, Bourguignon & the restaurants namesake dish ‘Baked Vacherin’ served with Almonds & Truffles. Brasserie Vacherin will also boast a Crustacean Display featuring items such as Lobster, Crab & Oysters. All food is prepared with the finest, fresh seasonal ingredients. The restaurant caters for 80 covers plus an additional 40 in the garden and will offer all-day dining seven days a week. Brasserie Vacherin is named after its Sister Restaurant, Le Vacherin, but is more of a casual dining affair.
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Venue Details & Map
12 High StreetSuttonSM1 1HN
- Public transport:
- Sutton, National Railway
It is a rare occasion when I have to clutch at straws for somewhere 'nice' to take anyone, but this was for my folks, for a special occasion. I of course can consult many a gourmands knowledge for recomendations within zones 1-2, but my dearly retired parents, whose out of town locale means that the nearest zone I'd get to fine dining would probably have meant following the hot tail of a...more
We had a very nice experience at Brasserie Vacherin. Sutton is a very quiet little town with mostly pizza places and fast food restaurants. This is a very decent French restaurant and would be a big hit in most cities in the U.S. because we don't have a lot of those except in big cosmopolitan centers.
Our serveuse was French and very sweet and attentive to our needs. We had the cheese...more
We visited Brasserie Vacherin for a late lunch on a Saturday. As it was before 3 pm we were able to eat from the prix fixe menu which is a very reasonable £14 for two courses and £16.95 for three.
The brasserie has a very French feel and the food was very good.Anchovy butter and bread were available as we perused the menu. The terrine starter was very smooth and the house-smoked fish...more
Sutton in Surrey is a funny town. A huge pedrestranised shopping area turns into a bit of a dead zone at night time. The main collection of restaurants is at the southern end of town nearer the station
I was looking for somewhere to meet a friend in Sutton and Opentable threw up Brasserie Vacherin. To be honest, Sutton can seem a little shady at night and stepping into the restaurant was like...more