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Situated between Waterloo Bridge and the Royal Festival Hall, this branch of Raymond Blanc’s user-friendly brasserie chain is tailor-made for commuters, families and culture vultures en route to exhibitions or live performances. Start with a drink in the bar, before moving into the main dining room for reasonably priced helpings of French bourgeois food. To start, try a bowl of sweetcorn velouté or share a ‘plateau varié’ (deli board), before sampling steak-frites, grilled Loch Fyne salmon fillet with sauce choron or wild mushroom risotto with a parmesan crisp. For afters, share a flamed baked Alaska or go for an Anglo-French alliance of treacle sponge with Cointreau sauce. Two-course set menus (from £10.95 lunch, £14 dinner), various kids’ deals and Gallic regional wines direct from the producer are further reasons to be impressed. There are also alfresco tables on the terrace.


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    Tiki Chris :: Brasserie Blanc Southbank

    Brasserie Blanc Southbank has reopened with a spiffy new look. I liked what I saw (and tasted) during my recent snoop.
    Revered Chef Raymond Blanc’s growing group of French restaurants has been mentioned with a nom-nom-nod of approval on this blog before – just not by me. An invitation to admire the refurb and the menu at Blanc’s Southbank brasserie rectified that matter and resulted in a lovely night out in a stylish setting.
    I don’t known what the place looked like pre-renovations, but it’s certainly pleasant now. There’s a nice terrace at the front for outdoor seating and a smart and cozy bar just inside...
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Raymond Blanc

'RB’ came to England from Besançon in 1972, originally to work as a waiter in Oxford. Entirely self-taught (unless you count the influence of his dear mother ‘Maman Blanc’), he opened Les Quat’ Saisons in Oxford in 1977, followed by Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons just outside the city in 1984. Among his other achievements are an honorary OBE, a French knighthood and the founding of the now 20-strong Brasserie Blanc group.

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A highly versatile space with two inter-connecting rooms, Brasserie Blanc Southbank’s private dining room can accommodate up to 100 people seated or 150 standing with private bar and offers a projector and screen for presentations.


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Private dining room One 22
Private dining room Two 40
Private dining room Three 65
Deluxe Private Space with private bar 100

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