Overlooking the River Thames – and with an outdoor terrace views of Tower Bridge and all the city’s big sky scrapers – Browns remains a great place to go for hearty British fusion food in a relaxed and stylish environment.
With all-day dining available, and a bar serving a host of cocktails from the classics to Browns signature and seasonal creations, this restaurant is ideal for work lunches and chilled-out dinners alike.
Serving a host of British classics mixed with international influences, you are bound to find something to impress. When it comes to brunch, Browns keeps it simple. The usual suspects of eggs benedict, royale and florentine are all on offer, as well as your traditional full English and the slightly more adventurous smoked pancetta buttermilk pancakes.
For dinner, you’ll see the classic brasserie favourites such as duck liver parfait and pan-seared scallops. And when it comes to mains, you really are spoiled for choice. For a British classic, try the steak and Guinness pie or herb-crusted rack of lamb and hotpot. If you feel like eating Italian, the lobster risotto, or the prawn and crab linguine will hit the spot. Lastly, if it’s Indian you’re after, the coronation cauliflower curry is a great option.
Now, you can’t have dinner without dessert (well you can but why would you?) there is lots to choose from. If you like your hearty, heavy puddings, the sticky toffee pudding, apple and apricot crumble and the home-baked chocolate brownie will all satisfy your sweet tooth. If you want to keep things on the simple side, the restaurant has a wide range of ice creams.
If you’re in a hurry and can’t quite squeeze in a full three-course dinner, then pop in for a drink at the bar and watch the mixologists whip up one of its exciting cocktail creations.