London Street Brasserie (Reading) Reviews
Description:BRITISH. Riverside Oracle, 2-4 London Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 4SE. Tel: +44 (0)118 950 5036.
Newest Review: ... to suit everyone. Starters range from squid salad; asparagus with Parma ham and boiled egg to Foie Gras and duck liver pate (which I can highly recommend). For main courses there are usually a variety of fish courses such as Monk fish, halibut and seabass but for me it's the meat section that is the best. Local pork cutlets are great and the rump of lamb is delicious. Deserts are generally ... more
Customer London Street Brasserie (Reading) Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/10/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
London Street Brasserie is contemporary British restaurant (with the occasional mix of French and the Mediterranean) in the centre of Reading backing onto the river Kennet. It's a huge white building with a modern feel inside; wooden floors, light beech tables (no table linen) and bright spot lighting. Weekend reservations are usually required as are some lunchtimes because of the promotional deal (more on that later!) The food is of pretty good standard and the menu should have something to suit everyone. Starters range from squid salad; asparagus with Parma ham and boiled egg to Foie Gras and duck liver pate (which I can highly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/06 (Somewhat useful, 127 readings)
London Street Brasserie is a not a bad place to eat - the decor is relatively modern - in the lots of pine wood sense - the music is not too loud, and the staff are reasonably attentive as long as it isn't too busy. The food is fine, it's just a long way from outstanding. It is reasonably priced compared to the similiar restaurant in London - however we are in Berkshire, where good restaurants abound, and there are a lot of options in Reading that are far better. For essentially fancy ready-meals from a food service company (3663 or Brakes) it's okay - it just isn't the same as food prepared by a proper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/00, updated on 25/10/00 (Very useful, 255 readings)
The London Street Brasserie is the best restaurant that I have found in Reading, and easily the best in the Oracle. The food is original, but not pretentious. My favourite example is venison on a base of haggis and figs. It’s just so bizarre sounding that I had to try it, and I was not disappointed. Another favourite of mine is their pan fried chicken, which has appeared on the menu in various different forms and never fails to please. The starters are again excellent, but most tend to be a bit too fishy for my liking. If you do not eat seafood then half of the starters are ruled out already. I have however never failed to find something that I ... Read the complete review
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