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Occupying what was the Grosvenor’s rather gloomy hotel bar, this pleasant if unremarkable brasserie offers a sober, clubby mix of dark-wood wall panels and shiny maroon Chesterfields lifted by some
bright paintings of chilled-out commuters – a nod to the building’s original status as one of the great railway hotels. The menu meets basic requirements with a range of steaks and salads, plus
moules marinière, braised lamb shank and coq au vin, although upmarket ideas such as monkfish medallions on saffron-and-crab mash with a Parma ham and apple confit hint at ambitious tendencies in
the kitchen. Finish in party mood with an ice cream sundae, otherwise retire to the sedate lounge next door for a digestif. Fixed-price daytime deals come in at £16.95/20.95 for two/three courses,
although house wine breaks the £20 barrier.
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21 November 2010
We ate dinner at the Brasserie on Friday night, the food and service were excellent.
The steak was one of the best I've had!
Definitely returning in the future
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