The building first opened in 1915 as part of Regent’s Palace and retains a beaux-arts interior to this day with marble pillars and a high gilded ceiling. There’s also a Bar Américain for cocktails and live music, as well as a cabaret venue with nightly shows.
The food at the brasserie is classic and distinctly old-school: on the menu you’ll find choucroute, hors d’oeuvres and even prawn and avocado cocktail.
|What||Brasserie Zédel, Soho|
|Where||Brasserie Zédel, 20 Sherwood Street, Soho, W1F 7ED | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Piccadilly Circus (underground)|