Boulevard Brasserie is a long-standing popular eatery in Covent Garden.
Located on Wellington Street, between the Royal Opera House and the Strand, Boulevard Brasserie offers a menu of uncomplicated classic French brasserie dishes.
Delicious hearty dishes like beef bourguignon and steak frites sit alongside lighter French treats such as tartines, moules marinieres, and French onion soup – all prepared with aplomb, and the excellent food is complemented by a well selected wine list.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
40 Wellington StreetLondonWC2E 7BD
- +44 (0)20 7240 2992
Top 5 reviews of Boulevard Brasserie
The food was okay but the "bait and switch" left a bad taste in my mouth. We booked the special three course meal with Kir Royale for 23 pounds each. We booked it under pre-theatre specials and booked for 6pm. When we arrived the person who seated us informed us that it was impossible to have that meal in time for the show. I said we eat fast (which is true) and we were okay getting the... more
A return trip to Boulevard Brasserie and still quite consistentent in dishing up generous portions of good quality classic French dishes. The only thing that has changed is their front of house team which are more friendly and approachable.
Rabbit and pork terrine.
Very well composed. The bouncy texture gave it a satisfying bite, light seasoning to allow the sweetness of the meat to pull... more
With a set menu of 2 courses for £17.50, located in Central London, Boulevard Brasserie is not a bad spot for dinner. However the 2-course deal must be starter and main, it cannot be a main and dessert, which means to have dessert on this set menu you have no choice but to have the 3-course option for £22.50 which seems quite silly. Since my friend and I were short of time as we had an event... more
Cozy and welcoming! This place was really charming. The olive and garlic tempanade that came with the bread basket was savory and a perfect alternative to butter. My coq au vin was delectable. The gravy was so flavorful and rich. Mmmmm. What great French fare. The prices were really reasonable. Loved this spot! more
Went for afternoon tea as a birthday celebration for a friend. The staff was very accommodating as we wanted to make some changes and they are more than obliged to do it no questions asked.
The venue was a lovely little place which looks very deceiving on the outside.. Would definitely recommend for a girlie lunch date or even for a date.. Prices very reasonable especially if you got a... more