Following the success of The Delaunay, Chris Corbin and Jeremy King launched Brasserie Zedel in Soho towards the end of June 2012. Brasserie Zedel is a large, bustling Parisian brasserie transported to the heart of London, which is open throughout the day, offering great value with remarkably low prices.
The restaurant has been designed by David Collins Studio in the Art Deco tradition, which is a vast, stunning dining room, discreetly hidden on the lower ground floor in the heart of the West End.
Brasserie Zedel has over 200 covers, half of which are reserved for walk-ins so don’t be disappointed if the restaurant appears to be fully booked. Brasserie Zédel serves classic brasserie fare at affordable prices with starters from £2.95, main courses from £7.50 and desserts from £3.00.
On our various visits, we have made our way through most of the menu – we would recommend the Salade frisée aux lardons or the Pissaladière for the entrées, and the Onglet grillé or one of the Choucroute selection for main course.
The full à la carte menu features dishes such as Terrine de Campagne, Salade Périgourdine, Œufs Mayonnaise, Choucroute de la Mer, Bœuf en Daube, Ile Flottante, Baba au Rhum avec Crème Chantilly. There is also a daily changing plats du jour and Menus Prix Fixe.
Brasserie Zedel also features a ‘Bar Américain’ and ‘The Crazy Coqs’, a live music and cabaret venue.
Address: 20 Sherwood Street, off Piccadilly Circus, London W1F 7ED
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