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Waterloo Brasserie (Waterloo Bar and Grill) Restaurant in Waterloo, London

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The Waterloo Brasserie is also known as Waterloo Bar and Grill. It sits directly opposite the main entrance to Waterloo station, making it a convenient place to head for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is also a quality destination, offering chic surroundings and a sophisticated crowd all day long. The restaurant's style is modern and understated - exposed brick walls, cream chairs and dark wood tables. The food focuses on a modern brasserie style. For breakfast you can find classics such as eggs benedict and full English. For lunch there are lavish salads and sandwiches. For dinner there are steaks, burgers and a hint of Italian with risottos and pastas. This is a good place to head if you happen to be in the area and you need somewhere convenient and sophisticated to bring somebody who you need to impress.

Waterloo Brasserie (Bar and Grill) Restaurant in Waterloo
Waterloo Brasserie (Bar and Grill) Restaurant in Waterloo

Cuisine: Modern British

The Waterloo Brasserie
119 Waterloo Road
London
SE1 8UL

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7960 0202

Opening times:

Monday to Sunday:
Breakfast: 08:00 - 11:30
Lunch: 12:00 noon - 15:00
Dinner: 17:00 - 23:00

Tube Tube: Waterloo (Black Line / Northern Line and Brown Line / Bakerloo Line and Grey Line / Jubilee Line and Pink Line / City Line)


How to book:

Telephone bookings: You can book over the phone using the number above.

Email bookings: If you would like to make an immediate booking it is best to call the restaurant or use the online booking form (see above). However, if you have queries in regards to booking, you can send an email to [email protected]

Walk-in bookings: Waterloo Brasserie can get busy during the weekends, so (particularly if you are coming with a big group) it is worth booking a day or two in advance to avoid disappointment. But if you are coming for breakfast or lunch during the week you should have no trouble getting a walk-in table.


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