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About Chez Bruce
Bruce Poole and Nigel Platts-Martin opened Chez Bruce in 1995. From the outset, it was their intention to serve the very best food and drink but within a relaxed, informal yet thoroughly professionally orchestrated environment.
At Chez Bruce we are not particularly into gadgets and tricks in the kitchen. Home-made charcuterie, slow cooked braises, offal, warm and cold salads, classical desserts and bread-making could be listed as specialities. We also take the cheese board very seriously indeed and it forms an integral part of the restaurant's day-to-day life.
The Directors of the restaurant are fanatical wine-lovers and are very proud of the restaurant's wine list which truly is one of the very best in the UK.
London, SW17 7EG
Modern European, French
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 6:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
£41 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
020 8672 0114
Limited paid parking is available at Wandsworth Common station as well as on Bellevue Road and St James's Drive.
We are 200 yards from Wandsworth Common British Rail station, not to be confused with Wandsworth Town station. By train, Clapham Junction is 3 minutes away and Victoria station 12 minutes. The nearest tube stations are Clapham South and Balham, both about 15 minutes walk.
Bruce Poole, Matt Christmas
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Chez Bruce Ratings and Reviews
Wow what a great lunch , I had the Tongue as a starter and it was amazing . The service was superb , the food exceptional , the wine brilliant . Cheese board fabulous and not to mention the truffle chocolates would be a mistake. Thank you Chez Bruce , I will be back soon. Stuart
Enjoyed a delightful birthday meal. We asked for the sommelier to match wines to our food choices, which she did marvellously. The fishcakes with mussels and poached egg was the winning first course, accompanied by an Aussie semillon. Our most favoured main course duck breast with sour cherry puree served with kimchi and a lamb samosa. That was given a glass of Amoncaya. The winning pud, a chocolate nougat with salted caramel and a glass of PX. Typically relaxed, attentive service made for a great evening.
Food was good and portions were massive. Extensive menu to suit different tastebuds. My starter was a little too salty though. Service was very good in general. The only issue we have is that no one came round to take our orders. We had to call the waitress to get our orders in both times. The two tables who came in quite a while after us finished their meal at the same time or before us.
We took our Canadian friend to Chez Bruce as we always had fantastic meals and wher never disappointed. Actually going on a Sunday evening was rather nice the restaurant was quiet and we had all the attention of the superb staff. We have been going to Chez Bruce for over 20 years and it’s still as it was in the beginning!
We've enjoyed Chez Bruce on Wandsworth Common since it first opened some years ago. The menu, the service, and the decor put it high on our list whenever we travel to London. This time the cheese biscuits to start, the remarkable foie gras, the grilled sea bream, and the creme brûlée were all memorable. We shall look forward to our next visit.
A wonderful birthday lunch at Chez Bruce with my family. Excellent service throughout, but Mum was particularly impressed that Bruce came to say hello! Tasty food with interesting flavour combinations. The suggested wines fitted the brief provided and accentuated the food. We'll be visiting again I'm sure.
Our first visit to Chez Bruce and we will definitely be back. The food was wonderful particularly my steak tartare and husband’s lobster ravioli. Service was faultless. But the ambience was great, busy but not too noisy and it was light and clean decor that helped it feel less busy. What a great place, already looking forward to our next visit.
Absolutely flawless in every way. The food, from the first piece of bread through to the shortbread with the coffee was all exceptional and service is attentive without being obtrusive. The lunch has to be one of the best value fine dining experiences in London.
The standards at Chez Bruce are as high as any restaurant I have ever been to, but, delightfully, nowhere near flash or ostentatious. It's unpretentious, but the food is as good as I've ever had, fantastically tasty but the portions are good too. Staff are superb, being welcoming & friendly, yet professional & exceeding attentive, charming & courteous.
The atmosphere is good, but not too noisy.
The wine list extensive & sommelier knowledgeable & helpful.
Truly excellent & I honestly cannot find any fault with my recent experience.
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