Luc's Brasserie is a French style eaterie, overlooking the City's Leadenhall market, featuring simple wooden tables draped in traditional white tablecloths.
In a cosy first floor setting overlooking the wrought-iron splendour of Leadenhall Market, Luc’s Brasserie is a welcoming Gallic haunt in the heart of the City. Full-flavoured French brasserie dishes make up a self-assured menu at Luc’s Brasserie with daily specials and an interesting wine list to boot.
The menu mixes brasserie classics such as steak-frites with more modern creations, such as asparagus with Champagne and saffron. Luc’s has a friendly yet efficient buzz to the atmosphere which suits both time-pressed lunch hours and relaxing evenings. With a good spread of prices and some interesting and unusual choices it’s easy see why people return again and again to Luc’s, so booking a table at this popular brasserie is highly recommended.
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