This outpost of award-winning chef Malcolm John’s Brasserie Vacherin brand offers a superlative French dining and bar au vin experience in the heart of Sutton. Located right by the station on the High Street, Brasserie Vacherin Sutton joins its sibling in Croydon to bring Greater London the best of Paris – in food, drink, atmosphere. There’s plenty of space for spectacular private dining events, but whether you’re looking to host a gathering here or just want to book a table for you and yours, it’s best to remember that Brasserie Vacherin is a seasonal, gourmet French restaurant; be sure to check back for their regular menu updates.
Good food will return. Slow service but nothing to bad i guess
The service was slow. The card payment device wasn't working. The cuts of meat and fish were not the best. However, the atmosphere was nice and the waiters were pleasant.
This was the worsy experience i have ever had at this restaurant, to which i have been multiple time. So were do i begin, at the start we where sat at a table which had not been set, we ordered our meals and drinks to which 45 minutes late the starter arrived but no drinks, the starters were freezing cold and where sent back, we had to ask 3 different waiters and then the manager kevin for our drinks which two turned up and had to wait for another 15 minites for our bottle of wine . The starts then came around 2130 even though we arrived at 2000 the new starts were quickly eaten as we where starving and mains quickly cane afterwards , to which they were sent back the steak was stone cold and the mixed combo was freezing to the touch manager kevin was informed and took them away to be remade which cause one of us to eat on their own the new meals returned after the rest finished. To too it off the waitress that took our order returned 2 hours and 20 minutes later to ask if everything was ok to which we asked for the bill , the service tonight was appalling and the food was no wear near the value of £134. Which is what the meal cost.
Malcolm John’s family of French brasserie have gone from strength to strength on the back of a reputation for fine dining, superlative service, a plethora of seasonal dishes reflecting the best the continent has to offer – and all at prices that are far more accessible than those commonly found in other French restaurants in London and the wider London region. Open seven days a week for breakfast, prix fixe lunch and dinner, and evening dining a la carte, Brasserie Vacherin introduces the renowned brand to Sutton locals from premises centrally located along the High Street. Remember to check out the great deals on offer, including The Steak Out, exclusive to Quandoo bookings and offering steak, fries and a glass of wine. The Steak Out is available from Monday to Sunday, noon to 7pm – just make your request in the reservation comments when you book. Another great offer is The Lobster Deal, whole grilled lobster and chips, available seven days a week (while livestock lasts and up to a maximum of five diners).
Brasserie Vacherin Sutton’s a la carte menu is perhaps the best representation of the French cuisine on offer. Start with aperitifs such as Champagne cocktails and Bellini, small plates of piquant mixed olives and marinated anchovies on toast, then turn to the house specials – the stunning Chateaubriand steak with roast bone marrow, mushrooms, pommes frites and béarnaise sauce is fit for two and comes highly recommended. Shellfish are also a specialty of this Greater London French restaurant, with fresh Maldon rock oysters, Atlantic prawns and Palourde clams topping the bill. The fixed price menu offers two- or three-course meals covering dishes such as Shallot & Gruyère cheese tart, poached pear salad, risotto primavera, and several premium cuts of beef sourced from Aberdeen and Hereford farms. A popular spot along Sutton’s High Street, book early to avoid disappointment.