The new Michelin guide came out last week and Brasserie Zedel, who opened their doors only a few months ago, were one of the winners of a new Bib Gourmand accreditation (I.e., very good price / quality). We decided to try it out.
The creative team behind Brasserie Zedel also created The Wolseley and The Delaunay. While the Wolseley focusses on English cuisine and The Delaunay Central European cuisine, Brasserie Zedel is a strictly French affair.
The interior at Brasserie Zedel is that of a grande French Brasserie and being at Zedel really makes you feel like you’re in France. The space is absolutely huge and consists of a massive dining area, a primary bar area, a secondary bar area where live Jazz music is performed and a cafeteria upstairs.
During our visit to Brasserie Zedel we tried the following dishes:
- Pissaladiere – pastry with onions, anchovies and olives (9/10)
- Cuisse Grenouille – Frog’s legs (7.5/10)
- Escargots (7.5/10)
- Soupe Dubarry – cauliflower soup (8/10)
- Goujonette – fried fish fingers (8/10)
- Choucroute à l’Alsacienne - Sauerkraut (7.5/10)
- Profiteroles (7.5/10)
- Ile Flottante (8/10)
Overall rating for Zedel: 7/10
(The rating reflects quality of cooking, quality of food, overall service and price)