The two floors of this Covent Garden brasserie are usually full to the brim. Boulevard seems to have a universal appeal, if you can stand the crush ... More
The two floors of this Covent Garden brasserie are usually full to the brim. Boulevard seems to have a universal appeal, if you can stand the crush that is. Tourists, local residents and business people all flock here for good value fresh cooking with a strong French influence. The menu is split into sections of salads, large sandwiches, snacks, pastas, meats, vegetarian and fish. Pre- and post-theatre dinner menus are available, and there's also a set lunch menu.
wonderful tasty food, mash and trout was wonderful. No complaints from any of our friends who all ate different dishes. Not rushed out, we stayed for over 3 hours. best place in london yet. really cheap for location. yum yum
fast friendly service great menu a must to eat a relaxed and formal eating place location good for all shows . one small point the toilets could do with a little up keep but apart from that i will be back.
You have to try the Boulevard brasserie, I have been a regular for many years and the place just seems to get better, The food and service are great but the ambience is so un rushed and friendly you will never want to leave.......
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day, Brompton Cross shoppers stop by for a cappuccino or a light lunch, while in the evenings the bar ...