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RSJ French Restaurant in Waterloo, London

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RSJ restaurant is a surprising find down a mainly residential street in the heart of Waterloo. It is an understated restaurant, with a simple white façade and a similarly understated interior - there are grey walls, simple wooden furniture and art on the walls that changes on a regular basis. The star of the show at RSJ is the food and drink - particularly the wine list. Wine lovers come here to experience the restaurant's selection of specialist wines from the French Loire valley (the restaurant even hosts sporadic wine tasting evenings - see the website link below for more details). The food on the menu is generally French. However, the ingredients used are seasonal and British, meaning that the menu changes on a regular basis. You can find options such as fresh fish, salads and pates. If you are heading to the heater on the area RSJ offers convenient opening times to fit in a meal before or after the show.

RSJ Restaurant in Waterloo
RSJ Restaurant in Waterloo

Cuisine: French

RSJ Restaurant
33 Coin Street
Waterloo
London
SE1 9NR

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7928 4554

Website: RSJ Restaurant Official Website

Opening times:

Month Day Time
January - December Monday - Friday 12:00 Noon - 14:30 / 17:30 - 22:30
Saturday 17:30 - 22:30
Sunday Closed

 

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 make a booking on the number above.

Online bookings: There is no online booking service. If you wish to make a reservation you will need to call ahead or simply pop in to the restaurant.

Email bookings: There is no e-mail booking service and there is no online booking form, therefore you will not be able to make a booking online. To make a reservation you will need to telephone the number above or go to the restaurant in person.

Walk-in bookings: RSJ is a reasonably small restaurant and it is in quite an obscure location. This means that people will generally book in advance if they plan to eat here. It is particularly popular as a post- or pre- theatre destination, making these times difficult to get a table. However, if you are in the area and fancying trying out the restaurant, it is worth popping in to see if they have any spare tables.


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