La Brasserie, Chelsea, SW3 opened in 1972 and is best known as London's first day all day brasserie. Situated within minutes of South Kensington, Sloane Square and Knightsbridge Underground stations and open from 8am until 11.30pm, this iconic restaurant and bar serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
In addition to our popular restaurant, our renowned cocktail bar is well known for serving classic and contemporary drinks to both locals and visitors to the neighbourhood.
We are extremely proud to have created what has become a London institution and we look forward to welcoming you to La Brasserie soon.
"When the Londoners say " The Brasserie ", they mean only one place"
Tatler Restaurant Guide
Events & Offers
Every Sunday 6pm - 8pm
Every Monday 7pm - 9pm
Cocktail masterclasses with our head bar man Alex are just £10 per person. This includes a drink on arrival, the cocktail you choose to make and a delicious shot to finish!
An evening of comedy rather than cricket, with " my dear old thing " Henry Blofeld OBE
Monday 22nd June
On Monday 22nd June, South Kensington restaurant and bar La Brasserie will host an evening with the legendary cricket commentator Henry Blofeld OBE. After a delicious three-course dinner, Blowers will have you in gales of laughter with his terrific stories from the Test Match Special commentary box when, among others, he brings to life and laughter those two greats, Brian Johnston and John Arlott. He will also tell how he is 'related' to James Bond's arch enemy, that supreme villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Ian Fleming and Blowers' father were at Eton together. Blowers tells the amazing story of meeting and having dinner with the immortal Noel Coward. His love of good wine, good food and multiple social highjinks will also come flashing across. It will be an experience you cannot afford to miss. Blowers and La Brasserie complement each other to perfection. To be held to mark the start of The Ashes Test series, the menu chosen by La Brasserie's new head chef John Paul Murphy features dishes with English and Australian connections such as Beef Wellington and lamingtons with apricot jam and a banana fritter.Tickets to the event are on sale now for £75 per person including a three-course meal and can be booked directly through La Brasserie. Each guest will receive a signed copy of either Cricket in Three Continents or The Man Who Coloured Cricket by Henry Blofeld and will be given a welcome drink of their choice on arrival.
La Brasserie, 272 Brompton Road, London, SW3 2AW +44 (0) 20 7851 3089
For further information contact Suzie Cooke
The full menu is as follows:
Beetroot cured salmon, crushed avocado, anzac biscuits
Carpaccio of smoked duck, mango salsa, baby artichokes
Spinach gnocchi, goats cheese mousse, confit cherry tomatoes
Beef Wellington, roast Jerusalem artichokes, fine beans, baby carrots, Madeira jus
Seared Barramundi, crushed new potatoes and peas, seaweed butter
Asian spiced Dahl, tempura cauliflower, sea asparagus, cumin oil
Lamingtons, with apricot jam, banana fritter
Strawberries and cream tart, Pimms jelly
Loyalty Card Double Points:
22nd May - 31st May
Half price Chateaubriand £29.40
Sunday & Monday evening after 5pm
For two sharing with frites & bearnaise sauce
Monday-Sunday from 5-8pm
£6 Cocktails, £8 Glass of Champagne, £5.50 Glass of Prosecco, £4.50 House Spirits & £5 Glasses of Wine
Prix Fix Menu from All Day Menu
Monday to Friday 12pm to 6pm
2 Courses £15.50
3 Courses £19.00
" This menu changes weekly "
Make a Reservation
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alternatively please call us on 020 7581 3089.
We welcome parties of any size. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone our reservation team on 020 7581 3089.
We look forward to hearing from you!