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By Emily Lawler

In January we launched our series on baby-friendly restaurants in London for grown-ups. This time let’s head to the West End to Brasserie Zédel—a bit of Paris just north of Piccadilly. Brasserie Zedel Look, a lot of fancy critic types think Brasserie Zédel is a glorified Café Rouge and I really strongly disagree. The upstairs café is quaint and feels much more authentic than a Rouge and the main restaurant is grand as hell. These are the guys who brought us The Delaunay and The Wolseley and I think ALL of their establishments are class. What’s more, they’re happy to accommodate kids, which I dig. This place is affordable, elegant, bustling and for me, a great place to grab an Alsacienne frankfurter, which ain’t that easy to come by.

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Brasserie Zedel What’s good? The Choucroute “Zédel” (sauerkraut with ham hock and garlic sausage), the Crème Brûlée and the Gâteau aux Poires et Caramel. Kid friendly?  Very.


✓ highchairs available ✓ cool with breastfeeding ✓ loads of other parents ✓ space for buggies and an elevator to get downstairs ✓ There’s no official kids’ menu but you’ll find something that pleases ✗ toys/play area

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Emily Lawler

Emily Lawler is a new mum (but an old foodie) who reviews restaurants from a parent’s perspective for their kid-friendliness. She also hosts monthly foodie family meet-ups across London. You can follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook or just check out her blog at

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