The Brasserie at Charing Cross

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In the very heart of London, The Brasserie at Charing Cross offers Victorian elegance and superb modern cuisine. There are excellent views of the Strand and Trafalgar Square.<br/><br/>Housed in a Grade II Listed building with original period features, The Brasserie at Charing Cross restaurant has a light and airy interior with striking floor-to-ceiling windows and Victorian mosaic floors.<br/><br/>The fresh, seasonal menu features exquisite fish dishes such as pan fried halibut fillet with prawn dumplings, bean cassoulet and langoustine bisque sauce. Other dishes include pan fried beef fillet with oxtail ravioli, watercress puree and ceps sauce.<br/><br/>The indulgent sweet menu offers desserts like honey nougat parfait with pistachio, toasted almonds and a raspberry and mango coulis, or a selection of British cheeses with plum chutney. Diners at Charing Cross Hotel can also enjoy afternoon tea in cosy, welcoming surroundings.

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Guoman Charing Cross Hotel Charing Cross, London, WC2N 5HX

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The Brasserie at Charing Cross

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Guoman Charing Cross Hotel Charing Cross
London
WC2N 5HX

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