Review on The Brasserie at Sir Christopher Wren
Once home to the celebrated architect Sir Christopher Wren, The Brasserie is set in this elegant seventeenth-century townhouse, superbly positioned by Eton Bridge, between the banks of the Thames and Windsor Castle. It's a location to die for - especially when weather is kind.
It makes the most of the setting, with a lovely outlook over the river and elegant classical trappings all around the dining room. The kitchen works to a modern European repertoire that might commence with tuna carpaccio and caviar dressing or ballotine of duck and foie gras with cep brioche and port jelly. Main courses continue the theme, witness sea bass with lime and crayfish couscous and razor clams or roulade of corn-fed chicken breast and spinach flan. To finish, consider rhubarb fool or pear tarte Tatin with orange and cardamom ice cream; also check out the assortment of English artisan cheeses.
During the summer months, the restaurant is extended outside onto the terrace overlooking the river, where guests may dine under parasols and absorb the quintessentially English atmosphere.
The Brasserie at Sir Christopher Wren is also featured in: Michelin Guide, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 6.30 - 10.00am (7.00 - 10.30am Sat & Sun)
Lunch: 10.00am through until
Dinner: 10.00pm (9.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express