Done out in classic brasserie style with big plate-glass windows, polished floors, floral displays and a massive backboard on one wall, this neighbourhood eatery offers a regularly changing menu that plays it safe for the local crowd. Fish fans might opt for moules marinière, salmon fillet with sauce vierge or linguine with crab and chilli, while meat eaters could be tempted by pheasant and foie-gras terrine, beef bourguignon, or confit duck with spiced red cabbage and game jus. Veggies also get a look in, and desserts keep it classic with crème brûlée or chocolate fondant. Music and ballet buffs heading for nearby Sadler’s Wells can take advantage of the Brasserie’s good-value theatre deals (£16.50 for two courses).
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