Blending European brasserie dishes and timelessly elegant surroundings, Browns Brasserie & Bar West India Quay champions an informal yet refined concept. Renowned for indulgent twists on classic comfort food recipes, Browns has offered trademark favourites since 1973, as well as choices from the specials board or the market fresh fish of the day. Showcasing striking design features and historic or listed buildings, Browns restaurants are a refined yet relaxed dining spot, at any time of the day.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Browns - London West India Quay
Unit A Hertsmere RoadLondonE14 4AY
Top 5 reviews of Browns - London West India Quay
Good food, great service, nice ambiance, tasty drinks. It's a nice little find, having ran into it because of the rain. Not much of a vegetarian option (for our vegetarian friend), but my cod and fries were delicious. The bramley drink was also a surprise as we never had tried it before. All in all, it's a good place to eat if you're staying at the Marriott hotel and want a good variety on... more
I came with work for afternoon tea. It wasn't a particularly memorable experience. The offer of cakes and scones were fine, nothing remarkable. The sandwiches were sloppily put together and had obviously been sitting out all day as the bread was a little stale on the outside.
It's not somewhere you'd go out of your way to frequent but it wasn't necessarily terrible either. more
My friend and I ate at Browns due to its proximity to the West India Quay Cineworld and the fact that Cineworld Unlimited cardholders get a 20% discount. Result.
I wasn't sure what to expect but it is usually quite a busy place so figured it couldn't be too bad. In fact it was actually incredibly delicious made all the better for the fact we got money off. I went for the crab & king prawn... more
They had some offer for their autumn or winter taste menu so we gave it a try. I know it's a chain, and that this branch can be quite busy due to number of people on the wharf, so I wasn't particularly optimistic.
I was pleasantly surprised for the most part. The items on offer were interesting and a big improvement on the normal wharf rat fare.
The Shallot tarte tin (and yeah, I'm still... more
We headed to West India Quay in need of breakfast, sadly The Breakfast Club had a looonnnngggggg queue as per so we dashed to Browns with 5 minutes to spare.
Our waiter was rather abrupt but we ordered and settled into our comfy chairs. This is a lovely Browns restaurant - always very calm and peaceful although I have found that the waiters can be a bit lacking and more focused each other... more