Review on The Brasserie
The Brasserie is housed in the new 35 million pound Sammy Ofer Wing of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, the oldest Royal Park and home to a small herd of Fallow and Red deer. The restaurant with its minimalist décor has floor to ceiling windows to make the most of the views, and takes its name from its location, exactly sixteen second from the Prime Meridian Line.
Seasonal menus offer ingredients of high quality and known provenance, resulting in dishes that are simple in concept, sharply executed and bursting with natural flavour. Choose spiced soft shell crab with red pepper and chilli jam amongst the starters, followed by a main course of herb crusted chicken supreme, chorizo, tomato and butter bean cassoulet. To finish there are desserts of vanilla panacotta, poached rhubarb, blackberries and jelly or maybe brioche banana fritters, chocolate and banana cake and toffee sauce.
The wine list is a wide range of international slate, including unique offerings sourced from producers originating along the Prime Meridian Line, many from small family vineyards. There is a spacious terrace for al fresco dining when the weather is warm.
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Modern British / Brasserie
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 10.00am through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card