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Brasserie St Quentin

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About Brasserie St Quentin

Brasserie St Quentin was one of the first brasseries in London serving le vrai cuisine bourgeois in very French style to great acclaim. Now re-acquired by its one of its original partners, Hugh O’Neill, the St Quentin is, dare we say it, better than ever. Yup, we dare. There’s a fabulous French-ish eclectic menu created by the gifted hands of former Savoy chef Gary Durrant, served in a stylish and comfortably dressy brasserie dining room. The prices are hard to believe in this very expensive corner of the universe, two courses and a glass of wine for less than £20? Mon dieu. And the service is magnifique. Try gravadlax with potato rosti and honey and mustard sauce followed by poulet fermier dans son jus followed by lemon tart with orange yoghurt ice cream. The good wine list is reasonably priced, too.



Full a la carte

Starter

Frisee salad with Gruyere and ham hock croutons and a poached egg - £5.95
Lasagne of smoked haddock and leek with a quail's egg - £8.70
Soupe de poissons, aioli and croutons - £5.90
Feuillette d’escargots à la crème d’ail -£9.50
Tomato tart with pesto and rocket - £6.75
Smoked and marinated salmon with a sweet mustard dressing and toasted poilâne - £8.95
Sautéed scallops with pancetta, green beans and sesame dressing - £9.25
Seared foie gras with caramelised apple and green peppercorns - £13.75

Main Course

Calves kidneys with garlic and herb crust, potato rosti and sauce diable - £12.50
Roast skate wing with caper berries and beurre noir - £13.50
Breast of French chicken, chorizo potatoes, lemon and thyme jus - £13.75
Roast loin of Elwy Valley lamb with Provencale stuffed tomato, thyme potatoes - £17.90
Grilled Scottish Halibut, lemon and parsley butter, green salad - £16.90
Grilled cannelloni of aubergine on vegetable ragout - £11.50
Slow braised oxtail on parsnip puree - £16.50
Dover sole, grilled or meuniere, pommes vapeur - £23.50
Grilled ribeye of Buccleuch beef, sauce béarnaise and pommes frites - £20.50
Red mullet with aubergine caviar, red onion marmalade, salsa verde - £13.25

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

243 Brompton Road, SW3 2EP

Nearest tube:

South Kensington
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Mon - Sun 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 10:30pm

Dress Code:

Smart Casual

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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