Brasserie Zedel

Brasserie Zedel

French | Soho | Won't break the bank

This ginormous, no-fuss Brasserie from the guys behind the Wolseley takes things down a notch or two on the posh scale, but goes off the richter on pretty much everything else. Down a sweeping art deco staircase, past a cabaret (all part of the Zedel empire) and through a broad reception area, diners trot into a heaving, bustling, real-life brasserie. This is high-impact décor, pink marble pillars, gilt edged banquettes, and lots and lots of space. Just try (if you possibly can) not to focus to avert your gaze from the bright salmon pink tablecloths. An unfortunate choice in and of themselves, but positively criminal when paired with maroon upholstery. Ahem, moving on from that outburst. The food is simple, the execution perfunctory, but the value can’t be beat. Wine flows freely and huge booths accomodate plenty ready to party. Plus, with a two-course prix fixe menu at 8.75, this is a steal and it tastes very pleasant too. Even a la carte nothing costs over 20 quid. Go on, treat yourself.

Address: 20 Sherwood St, W1F 7ED
Phone: 020 7734 4888
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus
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