Around the corner from Covent Garden’s main piazza is Boulevard Brasserie, a low-lit restaurant set across three levels and decorated in Parisian style – think chequered flooring and old, framed posters – to match the French cuisine on offer. Its proximity to the Royal Opera House and a number of theatres makes it a popular choice for pre-show dining.
The menu covers classics like moules marinières, boeuf bourguignon and duck confit as well as traditional British dishes such as fish and chips and roasted pork belly. As expected of a French brasserie the wine list is varied and can be ordered by the carafe.
Set just 50 yards back from the Piazza, Boulevard Brasserie is one of the area's iconic fixtures. Serving great food since 1991, this grande dame of brasseries is the perfect place to soak up Covent Garden's unique and vibrant atmosphere.
Set over three intimate floors, the décor reflects a true sense of Parisian style. Its continuing success and location ensures a bustling venue that attracts not just theatre-goers but also draws a diverse crowd of locals, tourists and business people. Whether you come to dine on your own, with colleagues, friends or loved ones, there is always a warm welcome for you.
Classic French and Mediterranean brasserie inspired cooking.
Boulevard Brasserie is all about carefully sourcing our products to produce good quality food. Think fresh and flavourful. Our team of chefs are devoted to bringing you great tasting classic French and French-Mediterranean dishes.
Our great-value-for-money wine list is extensive with an emphasis on regional French specialities and wines from other Mediterranean regions.
Boulevard Brasserie is perfectly located to enjoy an afternoon tea in Covent Garden.
Enjoy a choice of fine teas and coffees, accompanied by a selection of savouries, freshly baked scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserve and an assortment of homemade miniature cakes and tarts.
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40 Wellington Street
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Average User Rating
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I met my mother for lunch in Covent Garden who recommended eating at Boulevard. I had a lovely rib eye steak with a pepper sauce that I would quite happily eat again. My mother had a big bowl of Mussels. They smelt fantastic and none were left at the end. It was a Monday lunchtime so not overly busy in the restaurant that has a nice French feel about it. Service was good, food arrived in timely fashion and tasted great.
Awful place - food was not cooked properly - my husband and I had terrible food poisoning after eating here - had no response or apology when I called to advise the brasserie - do not risk eating here! This review won't allow you to select one star!!
This cosy little restaurant has excellent food, good value and very, very nice waiters. Especially Advil (I think his name was; he is Algerian), he was much fun! He charmed us so much that we came back with our whole party of nearly 40 the next day. We had the cellar to ourselves and it was really nice.