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Lovely pre theatre meal

by   bronze reviewer (6)

Aug 2017

Me and my other half went here before heading to the theatre we were pleasantly surprised by the lovely decor and the venue it was stunning, we went for the set menu which is super good value at £9.95 for two course definitely worth a visit you wont be disappointed, service was a little slow but apart from that it was a real treat.

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 6
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 8

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Good for groups, less so for couples

by   bronze reviewer (7)

Oct 2016

This is an impressive room (although lacking the pizazz of Quaglinos of old), with a warm atmosphere. The menu is well priced, and with a limited selection of pretty basic dishes. The two of us with steaks were happier than me, as my chicken was tasteless meat with a very bland sauce. The wine is heavily marked up. Service was a bit iffy, over anxious to top us up every five minutes. I think this is primarily a place for larger groups, rather than couples. It's not at all romantic. But...

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  • Food & Drink: 6
  • Service: 6
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 8

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a hidden gem

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Aug 2016

Excellent meal. Wonderful choice on gluten free menu but was a bit lacking on other allergens I'm afraid! Had I not checked whether the gluten free bread contained eggs I could have been quite ill! Nonetheless one of the best gluten free menus I have had - so food stil scores 5! Lovely setting and had a great time. Thank you - will definitely return when in London.

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 8

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Zedel's best

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Dec 2015

Editor's pick First time here and it was not only Square Meal but on recommendation of a work colleague. The place is with 2-3 minutes walk of Piccadilly Circus and the tube, easy to find. The decor was lovely and there is a nice mix of all ages from the very young to the ancient. Staff from the upstairs bar to the cloak room attendant were attentive and welcoming without being over the top. The food was served promptly and was excellent. I am certainly going to go back and it is very reasonably priced for...

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  • Food & Drink: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 10

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A jewel hidden under Piccadilly Circus

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Aug 2015

We went to Brasserie Zedel as a family and we all loved it. The main dining room is simply amazing and not at all what I would have expected from the middle of Theatreland/Touristland. The food was very good and the options both in menu choice and prices was very refreshing. The house wine was of very good quality albeit not overly cheap. The service was attentive and friendly even when I asked for the menu in full English. We encourage anyone to visit this restaurant, an experience not to be...

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  • Food & Drink: 9
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 9
  • Value: 9

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good but nothing special

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Feb 2015

having heard so much about this place expectations were high going in. I don't know anything about the chef or the management but I had been told that the head chef used to manage the kitchen for the events company based at Gibson Hall; another top end venue place, so I figured it must be pretty good then. sadly it was not much more than just good, If I had paid medium dollar for this I would have been well chuffed; but I didn't and its a top end restaurant price wise. this is a problem ...

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  • Food & Drink: 7
  • Service: 6
  • Atmosphere: 6
  • Value: 3

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The Grande Brasseri in London

by   bronze reviewer (9)

Feb 2015

A wonderful expansive evening with friends in the convivial atmosphere of a Grand Brasserie. Beautiful room of great scale and design, good service given the volume of business. great value food just the wine a touch expensive 50cl pichet from £15+. I had a nice salad endive and Roquefort salad followed by confit duck and a bean ragout. This is accomplished brasserie cooking in volume. I recommend it heartily but recommend you book as some people who turned up were told to wait for 1.5 hours...

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 8

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First visit

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Jan 2015

Excellent service in a wonderful setting. Food was very good, varied choice of french recipes. My only concern is that some of the main courses ordered could have been hotter on arrival at our table.

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 9

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French Brasserie Zedel

by   bronze reviewer (7)

Dec 2014

After visiting Balthazar a few months ago (and really liked it) we thought we'd give Zedel a try. The bar is really spot on; very good service, great bar list and the free popcorn snacks were a lovely (and appreciated!) touch. Very busy but efficient service. Then on to the restaurant and yes it is cavernous, but in a good way. The tables are nicely spaced, but perhaps the lighting could be improved. The prices are very reasonable, given the location. The service was very friendly and unobtrusive....

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Value: 10

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    The Square 8211; Sam The Food Fan :: Brasserie Zedel - Sam The Food Fan

    I was working this last weekend and The Better Half (TBH) agreed to come and meet me for something to eat when I was done. It had been a busy few weeks and I was feeling lazy, so suggested one of the perfectly acceptable chain restaurants near the office. He wasn’t having any of it though and wanted us to be a little more adventurous. Sigh. I just wanted something comforting and easy! A quick scan through my bucket list and the various restaurant web sites, I decided that Brasserie Zédel would fit the brief nicely.

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    I still remember my short visit in Paris back in June and how cozy it was to wonder down Rue de Saint Dominigue (read more here). The brasseries and restaurants were filled with visitors from around the world and the nostalgic music that would greet us as we entered each venue.

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    So the story goes, that Brasserie Zédel was once part of The Regent Palace Hotel, opening on 16th May 1915. Greatly recognise for the Art Deco style, this grand French Brasserie is located in the heart of London by Piccadilly Circus.



    I never knew such a place existed I’ve walked past the area all my life and never noticed it. I saw many people on instagram lately uploading photos of the branded red and white plates and was intrigued...
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    Yummy Jubbly :: Brasserie Zedel

    Where to find affordable french cuisine in a relaxed yet grand setting to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Brasserie Z&del is your answer! Located around the corner from Piccadilly Circus station, you’ll be amazed to find this little gem. The restaurant itself is two floors down from street level. Whilst walking down the stairs, you’ll be transported from the hustle and bustle of the London streets to the romantic settings of Paris.
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    Some people celebrate Christmas by having dinner with their friends before Christmas day with the full assortment of traditional festive dishes such as pigs in blankets, turkey with cranberry sauce and christmas pudding. This year we avoided the traditional with my boyfriend and indulged ourselves in a French meal at the Corbin & King&s restaurant Brasserie Zedel.

    It was exactly as I remembered, a long corridor full of art deco posters and a huge, magnificient dining room with marble column with French style red velvet banquet seats.
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