Monday - Saturday: 11.30am - Midnight
Sunday: 11.30am - 11.00pm
Monday - Wednesday: 4.30pm - Midnight
Thursday - Friday: 4.30pm - 1.00am (last entry midnight)
Saturday: 1.00pm - 1.00am (last entry midnight)
Sunday: 4.30pm - 11.00pm
Monday - Friday: 8.00am - 11.00pm
Saturday:9.00am - 11.00pm
Sunday: 9.00am - 11.00pm
Brilliant evening with great food, wine and ambience. Really stylish Art Deco place with a cool cocktail bar.
As always, really impressed by organisation and professionalism of the staff. Lovely ambience and good choice of French menu options.
We had a lovely meal at Brasserie Zedel. I've been a few times and have always had a lovely time.
The worst brasserie we ever had! Me and my boyfriend are both chefs, he’s French and we came here because it’s said to be very authentic - but the truth is very disappointing. Duck breast should never be cooked to well-done and all chefs should know that. Chicken liver parfait is not fresh enough. Very bad place. Noisy and no service quality, the food was very badly prepared.
Beautiful traditional food, wonderful service! Enjoyed every course and the taste was sublime. Will definitely be back!
One of my favourite spots to eat dinner before the theatre or a show in Crazy Coqs. A beautiful dining room, full of lively conversations. Food is good, wine and coffee excellent.
We had a lovely lunch and we are back there again on Saturday
My go to place in the West End Zedel never disappoints. Genuine brasserie cooking, fair prices, great service and Ambience
The restaurant itself was as good as ever. We had 17.30 booking. I arrived at the bar at 17.00 and was told someone would fetch us when our table was ready - as usual. No-one ever came so at 18.00 we picked up our drinks and went to the restaurant who didn't even know we'd checked in. Pretty poor especially as we were then rushing to get to our show.
Great evening at this hidden gem! Excellent, authentically french food. Service a little slow, and felt very rushed towards the end as needed the table for another booking. But all in all, a beautiful meal in a beautiful location!
Extremely nice and friendly service, good food and nice wine - overall- a very pleasant evening.
Great service, good food, a lovely meal. Only improvement would be if you could have more than one person seating customers, but otherwise great.
Nice place great value excellent service considering it was very busy pre-theatre winner nice people
Outstanding vibe in a very spacious, sophisticated interior (not easy to find in London). Doesn't break the bank but it is not cheap either. Two course meal with a bottle of wine and a service charge was £45 each. There is a great cocktail bar just next to the restaurant room, on the same floor.
This was an amazing find through Open table to eat dinner before theatre it looks like a small Parisienne Café from the street until you take the lift downstairs where it opens up to an amazing underground restaurant very opulent high ceilings with lots of 'marble & brass' and a beautiful hum of chatter and the tinkling ivories in the distance - it reminded me of a grand dining room in one of the beautiful high end hotels in Las Vegas. Next door was a cozy bar area which I believe has live music evenings. I was dining with three other friends for a birthday celebration then onto the theatre.
Unfortunately, I cannot say the same for the staff each one who approached our table carried their woes on their faces - not one of them smiled a hello or welcomed us, we literally had to grab their attention to get any service or attention, only one waiter stood out called 'Pavo' he was very accommodating but I feel he was spread very thinly as there was only one of him shame the other staff didn't adopt his friendliness and professionalism. The same I'm afraid to say was the food also lack Lustre. It was a huge disappointment as I was excited waiting for my food as I am a very big fan of French Cuisine, the flavours and sauces and herbs used. The starter was a Salmon Mousse which was delicious, but the main was Lamb although beautifully presented it lacked any flavour, My friend a vegetarian ordered the Omelette it was the smallest thinnest omelette I've ever seen - it was more like a crepe she had to supplement her hunger with a basket of bread - it's a shame to be in such surroundings of beauty and be very disappointed by the food and the staffI
This is one of the most stunning looking restaurants I’ve ever been in, although I love Art Deco so I was very happy, the American bar was amazing to have a drink before dinner and another bar with live music great place
I haven’t been to Zedel for a while and had forgotten just how splendid the decor is in the Main dining. The food was fab, great value and the service was warmer than in previous visits.
There was live music playing (grand piano) which provided a lovely backdrop to our catch up. We went at 1600 on a saturday. It was relatively quiet when we arrived with around 1/5 of the tables filled but was pretty busy by the time we left.
The coffee is truly awful, service surly, noisy adjacent table with lots of foul language
Beautiful venue and decor, the braised lamb was great. Just very loud with everyone in there and the music.
We’ve been a couple of times and it has been great both times. The food is great and an extensive menu. The staff are very polite and professional. It looks quite small from the outside but is massive downstairs. Very convenient for the London west end theatres and clubs. Worth a visit!
Third visit in as many months - I love the steak hache. It has a buzz; the food arrives very quickly; but it feels like everyone is counting down the two hour slot. Very is efficient but not warm or engaging.
Beautiful art deco setting. Friendly atmosphere. Pre-theatre efficiency. The Formule menu is a good deal. I got a birthday treat too!
Great venue, cod main was good but profiteroles weren’t as good as usual, just didn’t taste as fresh. Otherwise four stars today. Highly Recommend a visit here,
Fantastic attention to detail all the way. Also a nice touch to present my nephew with a birthday macron plate. Recommended.
No reception downstairs so not ideal when ur date trying to find you ! But love the place !
Been here many times and the quality of the food and service is always extremely high. This is a great central location to meet friends. The value is incredible. The waiter was so nice and patient with us despite how unbelievably busy it was. Make sure you book in advance! A pleasant surprise was the strings playing throughout dinner. They gave us a free liqueur to finish up our meal.
A beautiful dining room, with attentive staff, serving tasty food and in a good location.
Be sure to spend some time at the bar before a lovely meal. Fantastic ambiance, and surprisingly inexpensiveness, considering you are steps from Piccadilly Circus....Also, not too "touristy"
Good atmosphere and great location, however food was underwhelming.
Hidden treasure in the heart of Piccadilly! We thoroughly enjoyed a pre-theatre meal here.
The food is always good, the setting is wonderful. The prices of the wines, beers and cocktails are creeping up.
Went for a birthday celebration. The decor of the place is really nice. Highly recommend the escargot!
Amazing atmosphere, great cocktails, French comfort food that is also sophisticated. Love Zedels and come a lot!
There’s a real French brasserie atmosphere with authentic French food but a beefed up vegetarian section. The only downer is that it is a large reflective space and gets very noisy.
Lovely restaurant. Have visited since opening. The set menu is excellent value. However, it hasn't changed since opening and very limited choice, one choice per course. the grated carrot starter is unimaginative and not very appetising. No vegetarian option for the main course or fish. Excellent service, ambience and décor. Can't fault this restaurant in that respect.
Great food and reasonable price options/variety. Very noisy especially near the bar.
Initial service very slow but improved
What is amazing about this place is the setting -- the deco is lovely and it doesn't feel like you're in London.
Going on a Wednesday night, it was very busy, however there was no ambience. No music in the dining room in the background just noisy because of conversations. The waitress we had was rude and indifferent, and the food wasn't that great..
I have been to this restaurant on a few occasions and they have always been very good , but on this occasion it didn’t quite come up to scratch. Our waiter I felt was a bit a loaf and dismissive, and altogether unfriendly. My food was delicious how ever and the decor as always is pseudo grand but a spectacle to anyone who hasn’t been before - so on balance i would return as all previous times have been wonderful