About Browns Covent Garden
Housed in the former Westminster County Court in the busy and vibrant Covent Garden, Browns brasserie and bar serves a variety of traditional British food. Just a stone’s throw away from all of London’s biggest West End theatres this restaurant is a quick and easy place to go for a post or pre-theatre dinner.
Offering all day dining, Browns is great for food at any time of day. For brunch you can go for the traditional full English or if you are looking for something a little lighter, then the Granola served with fresh berries and yoghurt or toast with butter and jam is also available.
For dinner, start your meal with Devon crab and avocado on sourdough toast or a duck liver parfait. Then move on to a hearty and traditional steak and Guinness pie or chicken schnitzel served with a fried hen’s egg, salad and fries. Finish off the meal with a rhubarb trifle served with Victoria sponge, vanilla custard and double-whipped cream or a classic crème brûlée. All your favourite home-cooked dishes on one menu and topped off with a range of cocktails from the classic mojito to a seasonal Browns creation.
Afternoon tea is also available if you prefer. Served in the most quintessentially British of ways with sandwiches ranging from pulled salt beef, coronation chicken and smoked salmon with cream cheese to start, a clotted cream tea and a selection of traditional cakes like carrot and Victoria sponge to finish.
There are also seven private dining rooms available to hire. Housed in the old court rooms of the building and still featuring lots of the original courtroom décor including the judge’s bench, chandeliers and skylights. These rooms, which house from 70-20 people depending on which one you pick are great for birthdays, engagements and anniversary dinners.
So whether you go to Browns for a quiet pre-theatre dinner or celebratory afternoon tea you are sure to be impressed by this elegant and cosy Covent Garden restaurant