The Brasserie

The Brasserie is a large, bright and airy dining room serving rustic brasserie-style dishes, with a menu providing a varied choice of starters, main courses and desserts. The restaurant provides an opportunity to meet some of the country’s finest young chefs before they embark on their future careers in the hospitality industry around the world.


To book a table for 10 or more people

please call 0207 8028 391.



We are a learning environment and we will endeavour whenever possible to accommodate your dietary needs. 

Opening Times:

Open Lunchtime: (Term Time)

Monday to Friday

Table Reservations 12pm – 1pm, Guests can stay until 3pm


Brasserie Open Tuesday and Thursday  

Evenings (Term Time)  


Escoffier Open Two Evenings (Term Time) 

Wednesday, Thursday (Escoffier Room)


Table Reservations 6pm – 7pm,  Guests can stay until 9pm


Two course - £17.00

Three course - £21.00


Braised lamb shank, winter roots, celeriac mash

Seared cod, flat parsley tagliatelle,

Prawn bisque with razor clams and mussels


Pan-fried corn fed chicken supreme, mushroom stuffing, rosemary fondant and sweetheart cabbage

Salmon teriyaki, Asian slaw, pickled vegetables

Roast pork belly, pink grapefruit and orange, tender stem broccoli and flat parsley mash


Grills £5.00 Supplement

Seabass, charred lemon

Cauliflower steak, pomegranate cous cous


sharing rack of lamb, dauphinoise potatoes and sides



Cauliflower cheese

Field mushrooms with garlic butter

Spicy wedges

Green beans

Roast root vegetables

Please ask your waiter if you require any information regarding allergies or intolerances

All prices are inclusive of current VAT

Whilst we do appreciate any tips, we are unable to accept credit card tips, however, we do have a donation box located at reception. Donations are used to subsidise student trips, competition entries and travel expenses during the students 3 year programme

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Contact Us

0207 8028 391

Westminster Kingsway College

76 Vincent Square

London SW1P 2PD


Created by McCullough Moore