Browns Brasserie & Bar – West India Quay
Listing Type : Restaurants
Cuisine Type : BritishEuropean
Location : London
Opening Hours
  • Monday :10:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday :10:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday :10:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday :10:00 - 23:00
  • Friday :10:00 - 24:00
  • Saturday :10:00 - 24:00
  • Sunday :10:00 - 22:30

Set in a thriving part of London’s Docklands, Browns Brasserie & Bar – West India Quay serves tasty European-inspired cuisine and refreshing cocktails in a lively, welcoming environment. Surrounded by a combination of historical & modern architecture, the Browns building was formerly a 19th-century sugar warehouse, and boasts a seating area overlooking the dock.

Spanning from breakfast through to lunch and dinner, the Browns menu offers all-day brasserie dining. Indulgent plats du jour and Sunday roasts are staple favourites, while sumptuous European flavours include lobster tagliatelle, the wild boar & chorizo burger, or steak pie with buttered mash and broad beans. A sophisticated children’s menu at Browns offers tempting favourites with a grown-up twist.

Showcasing a penchant for cocktails, the Browns bar offers an array of classic mixes, signature concoctions and thirst-quenching mocktails, as well as fine world wines, smoothies and creamy milkshakes. Enjoy Browns’ afternoon tea and cake accompanied freshly-roasted coffee from an independent supplier, or a warming pot of loose leaf tea.

Browns Brasserie & Bar – West India Quay in Limehouse is a 3-minute walk from West India Quay DLR Station.

Features
Accept Credit / Debit Cards
Afternoon Tea
Charcoal Grill
Cocktail Menu
Great Wine Selection
Private Hire
Table Service
Traditional Food
Vegetarian Dishes Available
WiFi Available
Reviews
4.7
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  • July 9, 2016 at 10:16 am

    We had the afternoon tea here and it was lovely. The food was great - I especially liked the mini scones and the white chocolate mousse/ganache. The tea was beautiful and we paid a little bit extra for the gin and tonic, but it was well worth the price. The staff were very friendly and smartly dressed, and the restaurant itself was beautifully presented. On top of that, the price was incredibly reasonable for afternoon tea in London. I've paid twice that in other places and got very little extra for the money in my opinion.

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