In a cosy first floor setting overlooking the wrought-iron splendour of Leadenhall Market, Luc's Brasserie is a welcoming Gallic haunt in the heart of slick east London. Full-flavoured French brasserie dishes make up a self-assured menu, with daily specials and an interesting wine list to boot. There's a friendly yet efficient buzz to the atmosphere which suits both time-pressed lunch hours and relaxing evenings.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
17-22 Leadenhall MarketLondonEC3V 1LR
Top 5 reviews of Luc's Brasserie
Luc's a City restaurant with City prices, but the food is good and it's a short walk from the office, so it's was my usual for lunch with friends or clients. Also since it's enclosed in Leadenhall Market you are less affected any inclement weather. After lunch, stop by the New Moon pub for a cleansing ale. more
I have to say that I wasn't overly impressed with Luc's Brasserie. The setting in Leadenhall market is magnificent and the steep stairs allow it to be tucked away from the usual hubbub outside as well as posing a tripping hazard on the way out.
The starter was good, I had potted shrimp and not really knowing to expect was pleasantly surprised. It was all downhill from there, the steak frites... more
Not for everyone, but I think Luc's is one of those restaurants that make you feel like you're in the City. Classic French food, made well, with City prices. It is easy to overlook since it is upstairs in Ledenhall Market, but definitely worth a visit. Get a seat at a window so you can watch all the market goers. Have a glass of wine and enjoy the delicious food and attentive staff. more
I had lunch here the other day and while the decor doesn't do anything for my visual senses, the food did delight my tastebuds. I had the chicken escalope (not the breaded variety), which came with very skinny chips (not the healthy variety) & spattering of greens & garlic. It was exactly what I was looking for. Dessert was ok though to be honest I was full from the main & didn't need to be... more
My wife and I went to Luc's Brasserie for Valentine's Day this year and found the atmosphere classy, warm, and not too hectic or crowded. The waitstaff were attentive but not imposing - they were eager to engage, but held their distance unless needed. We had two appetizers, the Gratinee a l'Oignon and the Camembert, and they were both fantastic. For mains, my Toulouse Sausage was delicious.... more