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12 High StreetSuttonSM1 1HN
- +44 20 8722 0180
Top 5 reviews of Brasserie Vacherin
its crazy what comes to mind when you're lounging on the beaches of St Tropez!! lol hidden spots all the way in bloody Sutton like this place!!
I will start off with the fact that I haven't been back here in years but have been over 3 times so I get to pass judgement dammit!
their classic champagne cocktails have yet to be surpassed in my opinion! loved loved love them!! up till now Mummy... more
A wonderful time was had by all 6 of us especially when the AC started leaking on my wife. Other than that the food was excellent. I had scallops with black sausage (blood sausage which I love) & a separate order of steamed scallops which was yummy with a superb broth. I also had a red wine & a white wine (vimentino). I know it was out of order but that's the way it was.
Service was attentive... more
Sutton in Surrey is a funny town. A huge pedrestranised shopping area turns into a bit of a dead zone at night time. The main collection of restaurants is at the southern end of town nearer the station
I was looking for somewhere to meet a friend in Sutton and Opentable threw up Brasserie Vacherin. To be honest, Sutton can seem a little shady at night and stepping into the restaurant was like... more
Got here at about 2100 on a Friday. Quick pleasant service to start. I ordered the muscles for a starter. My better half ordered the onion soup. Both where excellent, in presentation and taste. Bread and butter was given as a pre cursive - not sure on that butter wise - it was a bit fishy. However the bread was good and fresh. My partner and I ordered steaks. I had the fillet as per my... more
It is a rare occasion when I have to clutch at straws for somewhere 'nice' to take anyone, but this was for my folks, for a special occasion. I of course can consult many a gourmands knowledge for recomendations within zones 1-2, but my dearly retired parents, whose out of town locale means that the nearest zone I'd get to fine dining would probably have meant following the hot tail of a... more