Situated in the luxurious Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London Hotel, Brasserie Joel is an exceptionally good London restaurant.
he location is superb, with a bird’s eye view of the River Thames and major London landmarks such as the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament just a stone’s throw away. As for the food, Chef Walter Ishizuka is at the helm in the kitchen, bringing with him three years at Lyon’s infamous three Michelin starred Paul Bocuse Restaurant and three and a half at Paris Ritz’s two Michelin starred Restaurant L’Espadon.
Expect classic French fare using bold, simple flavours using only the finest ingredients. Brasserie Joel also offers a great value prix fixe lunch menu as well as some great pre theatre menus, useful if you are heading to the nearby National theatre or Royal Festival Hall. If you love classic French food then you’ll be suitably impressed with Brasserie Joel, and rave reviews from both press and public prove as testament to its quality.
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