Review on Cheyne Walk Brasserie
A sleek, luxurious Belle Époque setting in one of London's most moneyed quarters makes the Cheyne Walk Brasserie a magnet for the fashionable Chelsea set. Frosted glass windows, ornate chandeliers and sky-blue banquettes imbue the place with what The Tatler called 'a hefty dose of ooh-la-la'. It's no coincidence that the logo depicts a cute upper-crust poodle.
The grill takes centre stage for beef ribs, baby poussin, sea bass with herbs and the like, while the rest of the brasserie-style menu has a full-blooded Provençal slant. Here you'll find pissaladière de sardines, lobster and avocado salad with raspberry dressing, carré d'agneau and tarte Tatin backed up by a staunchly Gallic wine list that has fairly steep prices but plenty of interest.
On the first-floor - with spectacular views of the Thames - is the über-hip Salon, where you can while away the time, stretch out on one of the chaise longues, sip a fascinating cocktail or puff away on a big cigar. The Salon has become something of a rendezvous for literary buffs, with regular visits and readings by top authors.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm Tue -Sat (12.00 - 3.30pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.45 - 10.30pm Mon-Sat (6.45 - 9.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express