Brasserie Zédel in Piccadilly Circus is the third restaurant by Jeremy King and Chris Corbin’s, the people responsible for The Wolesley and The Delaunay. Overpriced - See 5,531 traveler reviews, 1,432 candid photos, and great deals for London, UK, at Tripadvisor. Brasserie Zedel, London: See 5,529 unbiased reviews of Brasserie Zedel, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,679 of 22,868 restaurants in London. I was bored and miserable most of the time, and more than anything missed Pizza Express, curry and a decent Chinese’ Reserve a table at Brasserie Zedel, London on Tripadvisor: See 5,534 unbiased reviews of Brasserie Zedel, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,642 of … Giles Coren reviews Brasserie Zédel, London W1 ‘I lived in Paris. There is also a two-course prix fixe menu available from £10.95 or a Menu Formule with a glass of wine for £19.75. Furthermore, each evening, live music is played in the brasserie for diners to enjoy until close. Open throughout the day, offering great value with remarkably low prices, its glorious, historic Art Deco interiors also play host to a 'Bar Américain',… Posted on September 18, 2018 September 18, 2018 By Leander Dias Posted in Reviews Tagged brasserie zedel, french, london, review . Beyond telling people who are new to this city that ‘cosy basement flat’ is code for mould dungeon, getting involved in the set menu here is the best advice we can give. The set menu at Brasserie Zedel is the stuff of London legend. Brasserie Zédel 20 Sherwood Street, London W1F 7ED Contact: 020 7734 4888 Price: Three courses: £20.15 Restaurant review: There’s nothing original or cutting edge about Brasserie Zédel but it will be around long after many of the current crop of on-trend hole-in-the-walls have shut up shop. Brasserie Zédel has taken over what was once part of the Regent Palace Hotel, and more recently the Atlantic Bar Brasserie Zédel, 20 Sherwood Street, London W1 Tracey Macleod French cuisine is glamorous. Brasserie Zedel: Very disappointing. The scale of Zedel is impressive, the vast main basement dining room decked out in art-déco style, with two further bars alongside and a smaller café at ground level. The girls Restaurant and Food Review Brasserie Zédel Restaurant Review Blog Not essentially so, but symbolically such. Review: Brasserie Zedel, Piccadilly Circus. For just over a tenner you can get a two course meal of steak haché and chips, and a chocolate délice. Once part of the Regent Palace hotel, I remember eating in this space when it was Oliver Peyton’s “The Atlantic”, one of the most fashionable London destinations in its day. Brasserie Zédel is open throughout the day, serving classic dishes such as French Onion Soup and Steak Haché. Menu boring now. Specialties: A large, bustling Parisian brasserie transported to the heart of London.