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Reputedly ‘London’s first all-day brasserie’ (circa 1972), this vintage homage to the genre still gets rave reviews for its rollicking atmosphere, grand interiors and note-perfect design features – prints, tiled floors, red banquettes, logoed mirrors. A curved, marble-topped bar holds centre stage and encourages gregarious Chelsea socialising, with hordes of movers and shakers crammed in for true Gallic wines, cocktails and digestifs. Food-wise, there are “loads of lovely things” on a menu that celebrates all those brasserie icons – from ‘le brunch’ (eggs florentine, spiced avocado on toast) to garlic mushrooms, grilled goats’ cheese salad, Dover sole meunière and “perfectly cooked” steak-frites, not forgetting tarte Tatin and crème brûlée. Early birds can tuck into a ‘full English’ for breakfast, and there’s afternoon tea too. Meanwhile, cheery long-serving staff create a “lovely family vibe” as they whizz around the place with silver trays.
Half price chateaubriand for two with frites and bearers sauce.
Available: 07 July 2016
Max: 10 people
Expires: 31 January 2017
Maximum of 10 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
As I walked into La Brasserie on Friday night, I felt like I was being transported to Paris. The French staff, the red banquettes, the busy atmosphere and the slight hint of garlic make the restaurant typically French. La Brasserie opened in South Ken in 1972 and claims to be the first brasserie to be open all day in London. It is in prime location for the museums such as the V&A, shopping on the Brompton road or Walton Street and is in perfect position to people watch….especially if it is sunny and you have a table outside….not at this time of year though!
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Butter, Champagne, Garlic & Foie Gras. If I had to pick a favourite type of food, it would always be French. My love of this cuisine spawned from my trips to France when I spent some time in the Loire Valley, Bordeaux and Paris. Back then my body wasn’t anywhere near prepared for the amount of raw meat and butter I was about to consume, but now I’m older, wiser and a little bit heavier – which is probably down to the butter. La Brasserie is a little slice of France on Brompton Road between Chelsea and South Kensington. The team here have been serving up French classics to London ever since 1972 – it’s amazing...
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