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Cheyne Walk Brasserie information
With a reputation for especially tender steaks, the focus of the food preparation at this brasserie is the large open grill in the centre of the ground-floor dining room. However, you might prefer something like sea bream with lemon and bay leaves with a salad of green beans, pistachio and mint. The belle époque decoration is just this side of kitsch, with turquoise banquettes, red leather chairs, chandeliers and crystal lamps topped with pink shades. The attractive salon upstairs offers stunning views of the Thames (in winter, in any case, when the trees are bare).