Brasserie Zédel | A Stunning French Brasserie In The Heart Of Piccadilly
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Brasserie Zédel

Brasserie Zédel

Brasserie Zédel | Piccadilly Restaurant, Bar & Cabaret

Last Updated: 5th August 2019

Ah, zee French.

Famous around the world for being excellent lovers, passionate gastronomes and stylish dressers, they’ve also carved out a reputation for having cavernous brasseries (not to be confused with “cavernous brassières”) that do affordable, all-day dining in beautiful surroundings better than anyone.

Anyone except Corbin & King, proprietors of The Wolseley, The Delaunay, Fischers and Bellanger, who in 2012 launched their own Parisian-style brasserie, bar and street level café: Brasserie Zédel.

It’s all neatly contained within an elegant, white-tiled building a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Circus. Head through the café, down the sweeping staircase, and you’ll find a subterranean, wood-panelled, art deco lobby with ceiling frescoes, chandeliers, retro ticket booths and the restaurant and two bars spinning off it. Here’s what you’ll find within…

BRASSERIE ZÉDEL

Brasserie Zédel

It’s a grandiose, ballroom-esque, live music-filled, marble pillar-laden restaurant with pink tablecloths, scalloped crockery and a list of entrées that, naturally, includes snails. For its opulent surroundings, it’s unexpectedly good value – the all-day à la carte starts at £10.50 for two courses.

There is, unsurprisingly, a lengthy wine menu packed with Picpoul de Pinet, crémant, and Breton cider, to wash down dishes like butterflied sardines with tomatoes and olives; grilled baby spatchcock chicken with tarragon vinaigrette and French fries; and slow-roasted lamb. And to finish? Mont-Blancs, profiteroles, or Tarte Tatin for two, perhaps followed by a cocktail at…

THE CRAZY COQS

Brasserie Zédel

Showcasing a highly curated selection of music, theatre, comedy and literary events, Live At Zédel is a rotating arts programme designed to tap into and present the best of what London has to offer. And what London has to offer is good. Very good. Expect everything from West End musical stars to jazz sets from food critics; all taking place in the colourful, thoroughly 1930s cabaret bar. But if you want someone to sing for your supper, you’ll also find live bands in the main Brasserie every night from 9.30pm (9pm Sundays).

WHAT’S ON THIS WEEK | 5th August 2019

MONDAY Bernadette Robinson: Songs of Bernadette 7pm

TUESDAY Bernadette Robinson: Songs of Bernadette 7pm

WEDNESDAY The Dolly Show 7pm

THURSDAY The Dolly Show 7pm

FRIDAY The Dolly Show 7pm, 9.15pm; ‘Round Midnight: Louise Messenger & Her Jazz Marauders 11.15pm

SATURDAY The Dolly Show 7pm; Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler: Vision of You, 9.15pm; ‘Round Midnight: The Seb Wesson Trio 11.15pm

SUNDAY Sharon Sexton & Rob Fowler: Vision of You 3pm, 7pm

BAR AMÉRICAIN

Bar Americain at Brasserie Zédel

An opulent, art deco American cocktail bar serving light snacks, classic cocktails (negronis, martinis, whisky sours) and house cocktails like the Rusty Triumph (with cognac, Amer Picon, orange & saffron syrup and lime), and the Danse Banane (with sherry, pineapple, ginger liqueur, banana liqueur and pickled banana). READ MORE

THE ZL CAFÉ

Brasserie Zédel - ZL Café

Your new #1 spot for double espressos and pains au chocolat over the morning papers; for a couple of cold Picon bières; or for a tartine au brie de Meaux washed down with a few glasses of Sauvignon Pays d’Oc, overlooked by vintage French posters…

Bon Appétit.

 

NOTE: Brasserie Zédel is open seven days a week. You can find out more, and book online, HERE

Brasserie Zédel | 20 Sherwood Street, W1F 7ED


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Brasserie Zédel


20 Sherwood Street, Soho, Central London, W1F 7ED
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020 7734 4888

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