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Friendly staff very helpful explained specials ambience very jolly a very enjoyable experience
Wonderful authentic ambience, great service, friendly staff, and delicious food. I have been going to La Brasserie for over 35 years and it never disappoints! One of the few restaurants in London that remains the same.
Casual but efficient, friendly, great food, nice buzz. Always enjoyable. It's a wonderful place to have lunch and relax - you never feel that they are trying to rush you out for the next sitting.
Brilliant night!!! What a find. I will be back and can't understand why it is not one of the top restaurants in london. Great house wine selection!
Normally a really great evening, but this time because it was a bank holiday, some of the food on the menu wasn't available. They said it was Sunday service but said the Sunday specials weren't available because it was a Bank Holiday.. Also, no ginger ale available for a 7 year old (what do they use in their cocktails?). We arrived at 5.50pm but in trying to organise drinks and dishes which weren't available - see above - we ordered at about 6.05pm and they would not serve the all day menu which finished at 6pm. The tarte tatin was not as good as usual. A pity. My guests were not overly impressed.
Have been going here for years. It is a great spot and reasonably priced. The food is usual brasserie fare and done well. My only small complaint this last visit was about the special - a seafod risotto. The seafood was fine but the rice was bland and tasteless. However the oyters were good and the profiteroles excellent - filled with cream rather than ice cream, as they should be.
The wine is always chilled to perfection and the omelettes are second to none! La Brasserie's success is that it has maintained superb standards over the years.
It's a favourite haunt, with lovely food and excellent friendly, professional staff. Although we deliberately booked a late lunch on Sunday to avoid the rush, there was still a lot of table-shifting to cram more people in when there really just wasn't room. Luckily we found ourselves cheek-by-jowl with a very sensitive family with extremely well-behaved children. It would have been a horrible experience otherwise and I'm not sure I'd want to chance my luck again on a Sunday.
I have visited the Brasserie before and always liked the food but this time my John Dory was a dry and very small pice of fish. The small portion of fish was compensated with lots of Fennel shaving instead!! It is not how I expected the dish to be served! However, the desert with the poached pear was out of this world. I would say the quality is not consistent but worth trying again. M
Excellent Escargot. Chateau Briand had to be reheated a few times but they got there in the end! The Bernaise sauce definitely needs improvement as I could taste Mayo most of the time. However other then that service and atmosphere was excellent it was a thanksgiving celebration for us!