Brasserie St Jacques
Peer out the window while dining at the Brasserie St Jacques and you could be forgiven for wondering just where the Eiffel Tower went because, such is the authenticity of the décor, dining and design inside this splendid restaurant, that you really do feel as though you are in Paris. You are, in fact, in London - on St James Street in the heart of the Capital, to be exact - and also in one of the finest French eateries anywhere outside France.
The Brasserie St Jacques is synonymous with some great names in French cuisine and fine dining. From the revered Petrus wines - made famous here in St James - to the legendary chef Pierre Koffman - a consultant at the restaurant - and even the acclaimed restaurateur Claudio Pulze, this delightful establishment proves a popular choice with French ex-pats, politicians (Westminster is close by), tourists and locals alike.
Decorated with a bright breeziness that is augmented by custard-yellow walls and highly trained, professional staff, dining at the Brasserie St Jacques is a highly memorable and impressive occasion. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late drinks every day of the week, and diners can also hire out a private section for functions, meetings and social luncheons.
The menu at Brasserie St Jacques is sure to impress every diner. From fresh pan au chocolat and café au lait in the morning, to rich terrine de foie gras and beef tartare in the evening, every French classic you can imagine is served here; cooked to perfection and delivered exquisitely. As for the wine, the choice goes beyond France, with some of the world's finest labels on offer. However, the very best French reds are surely unmissable, particularly in such a Francophile setting.
33 St James Street, Westminster, Trafalgar-Square, SW1A 1HDView Larger Map
Best For Whom
- All Ages
- Business Travellers