I always love visiting this— such a lively dining venue, always buzzing with other diners. Tasty food on offer. The restaurant is beautifully set out and gives a real sense of occasion. It’s sometimes difficult to get a table at the exact time you want though.
Beautiful interior of the restaurant. While the outside and entrance bar is reminiscent of a Parisian Brasserie the main restaurant, downstairs, is not and instead is an ornate masterpiece. Service was prompt and efficient if not a little officious. The food was very good although the cassoulet du canard could have been a little hotter in temperature. I plan to return.
Always good value for money at this centrally located venue.
Second time - stylish old style French Brasserie. Definitely one to repeat.
Traditional French brasserie menu with excellent ingredients and very competent cooking. Useful wine options, ie glass, pichet or bottle, and a great ambience.
Very expensive for what it is. French food for tourists not authentic. Very noisy and busy. Menu is poor and not french at all. Offer chicken curry but not mules frites. Its good for tourists and people that never had french food before. Service was good and the waiter was very nice. We paid 90£ for a lunch which is not justifiable. The venue is beautiful though and is worth a visit
glad to be left alone and not fussed over by staff
the food was excellent and the atmosphere and decor
We arrived 45 mins early but no problem. Service and food both stylish. We stayed chatting and weren’t rushed out of the place. Ambience is fab. Art Deco fun.
Ambient is brilliant, just the right place where I’ve been expecting for a perfect luncheon with my girlfriend. The waiters are all very friendly and food there’s been fantastic. Perhaps both of us have a rather small stomach, we didn’t finished the mains entirely, but they were brilliant food. Will definitely visit this place again! We’ve already decided to invite our parents to this French restaurant when they visit. Merci!
We had a lovely evening. The waiter was attentive. The wine didn't arrive with the food (he had asked a colleague to bring it) but he noticed and went to get it himself. The food was great and it was a lively atmosphere. The decor is fab in the dining hall.
Zedel is a great experience slightly like eating aboard a grand cruise ship. It is very busy yet standards of food remain high and everyone is really well treated
A meal combined with show in the adjoinig theatre is a great London evening out. It also won't break the bank!
The restaurant is at perfect location, nice environment, good atmosphere. Food is good, value for money ratio is outstanding. Service is fast. Nothnig to complain about.
A lovely evening and attentive service. Only complaint is that the flat iron steak was chewy (but I like it incredibly tender).
best restaurant in London by far! best restaurant in London by far!
I have been using Zedel since it opened, there is no doubt that it is a pleasant place to have a bite to eat however it is starting to get a little pricey. My guest opted for fillet of Halibut and at £25.75 for a small portion of fish with a few green beans seemed a little punchy to me for this good all round bistro. Service was good enough and the place was busy so most are still satisfied with the prices but for me, it is starting to tip into the think twice about booking as there are plenty of other options in Soho at a better price point.
Last point a pre-added 15% service charge is also something that grates if I want to tip I will, the assumptive close is not something I appreciate.
Overall good enough but my days of booking Zedel on a whim are falling away.
Brasserie Zedel is one of our favourite place to eat in London. We love the ambiance, the classic French cuisine, the sensible wine list and professional service. And it's terrific value for money.
Great meal, fantastic service and superb ambience as usual. The band was ok but has been better without the singer, eg last year. We come to London once a year and always dine here for at least one evening. It is always excellent . It pays to book early as it is always full!
Always delivers, authentic French food in a fabulous setting, with a great value menu
Excellent food- great value and outstanding service from a gorgeous waiter called Theo.
The evening could not have been better.
Unexpectedly beautiful. Great ambience with above average food. I wish the steak was bigger but for 2 courses for 9.95 it is highly recommended!!
It was great as always
Great food and atmosphere. We look forward to coming again. Well located if you're looking for somewhere to eat near the Royal Academy.
Lively, busy Paris-style brasserie with delicious dishes and great range of wines by the glass and carafe. Service was good once we’d helped our waiter understand which dishes and wines we had chosen. French menu, English accents, noise level and waiter nationality combined to make ordering difficult, but he compensated with attentive service and polite dignity. We will return and are busy recommending this restaurant.
Great ambience, service & food and set menu excellent value.
Loved the atmosphere and decor.
Staff very friendly and efficient.
Would recommend this restaurant.
The food was very good and the service perfect.even though half our table were delayed by an hour the staff made no fuss and ensured we were still on time for our theatre visit.
Nice restaurant, decor is cool and location is ideal for a pre-theatre meal. The service was good. I’d say the food was average but two courses for £12.95 was about right for what we ate.
Nice stylish and professional
Arrived an hour early and they were very accommodating. Had a delicious steak and chips great service and a busy atmosphere- highly recommend
The decoration is so impressive that you like anything which is in the menu. The staff is efficient, the atmosphere is pleasant and the food is very typical French cuisine, all was a very good experience and if you are disabled is step free to everywhere in the restaurant and the bars.