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Brasseria Brompton is taking over the old La Brasserie site on Brompton Cross

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Three years after the closure of La Brasserie on Brompton Road, a new owner is intending to breathe life into what was once a super-popular neighbourhood restaurant. Andrea and Alberto Fraquelli, who own La Brasseria Milanese in Marylebone and Brasseria Notting Hill are opening it as Brasseria Brompton. Taking on this restaurant space is particularly poignant for the brothers who used to come here with their parents when they were kids, and Alberto in particular who took his now wife Beatrice to the original La Brasserie on their first date.

If you haven't been to one of their other restaurants, then you should know that they feature an Italian menu alongside New York-style service and the atmosphere of a Parisian Grand Brasserie.

In addition to the group's Executive Chef Giulio Rossi and General Manager Gianluca Camilletti the new restaurant will be bringing in some key hospitality folk. Jason Tesoriere was GM at the Wolseley Restaurant Group's Colbert and Ian White is back in London having worked for Danny Meyer in NYC.

New dishes on the menu here will include:

  • Cotoletta alla Milanese
  • Fettuccine della Casa with porcini mushrooms & truffle cream
  • Dover Sole alla Mugnaia, plated tableside

Plus they'll be bringing back old favourites like the Brasseria steak tartare and tiramisu.

Here on Brompton Cross, there will be a bar and cafe area at the entrance leading through into the restaurant. For alfresco lovers, there will be not one but two terraces - one overlooking the Bibendum building and a courtyard space on the lower ground floor.

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More about Brasseria Brompton

Where is it? 272 Brompton Road, London SW3 2AW

When does it open? September 2024

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @brasseriafamily

 

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