Langan's Brasserie

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Prices

Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD34.43) per diner

£26 to £40

Venue Details & Map

Langan's Brasserie

Address
Stratton Street Piccadilly
London
W1J 8LB

Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5
Based on 44 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Langan's Brasserie

3 out of 5 17 August 2017
by Vincent L.

A classy Mayfair bistro with British flair, the space is reasonably large and can accommodate groups large and small.

In particular, the offerings skew towards seafood and meats, whether traditional dishes like cod and chips, bangers and mash, or English pies, to heftier ones like grilled swordfish, veal cordon bleu, or Angus rib eye. Indeed, there didn't seem to be many vegetarian-friendly...Read More

4 out of 5 31 July 2017
by Ronni G.

Good British food with some French bistro dishes as well. Quiet, attractive dining room. We had shepherds pie and fish pie. Both were well prepared. Side salad was beautiful and large enough to share. Creme brûlée was huge, and one of best we've ever had. Beer selection should be expanded. Also would like to see British sparkling wines by the glass. Service was not consistent. We should have...Read More

4 out of 5 23 July 2017
by Bill E.

Recommended by a friend who grew up in London as his favorite traditional London spot. Arrived with my family and were seated at a table that was next to a large table that was soon filled with loud business types who were yelling across the table to one another. After asking to be moved, they sat us up in a nice quiet table and our meal began. Drinks were nicely prepared and the service...Read More

4 out of 5 8 July 2017
by Tate C.

Not sure what the bad reviews are all about. This was one of the best lunches in London. I would call it "upscale pub food"

The spinach soufflé is a must have. Been on the menu for 40 years and you will see why. Atmosphere is quiet and feels upscale but totally chill.Read More

4 out of 5 5 July 2017
by Nora C.

When this restaurant opened in the mid 1970s, it was an oasis in a city whose food was still in the basement. Now that London is a global foodie capital, it still carries its weight, with a more inventive and consistently well-prepared menu (even if it did steal '40 garlic chicken' from The Stinking Rose in San Francisco). Almost every time I stop by for lunch, something amusing happens, due...Read More

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