- Telephone 020 7734 4888
- Website www.brasseriezedel.com
Described as the 'only real brasserie in London' by the illustrious Pierre Koffmann, Brasserie Zédel brings the traditional grand Parisian brasserie to the heart of the capital. Decked out in splendid Art Deco style, this decadent dining spot features intricate mosaic tiling, swatches of marble and majestic Beaux-Arts features. Brasserie Zédel restaurant was bestowed with the top prize of 3 stars by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, presenting a menu filled with simple yet sumptuous French classics.
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Regular live jazz music nights.
Alice Zawadzki & Jamie Safiruddin: Tribute to Joni Mitchell
The vocalist-violinist and pianist pay tribute to the Canadian singer-songwriter.
Sat 12 Nov
£17.50 / 020 7734 4888
Ben Cox & Jamie Safiruddin
The two songwriters perform original jazz-based songs using only piano and voice.
Benoit Viellefon Trio Live At Zedel
Benoit Viellefon, a firm favourite at Zedel since our opening, is now proud to present his new Trio. This truly international new outfit is comprised of Benoit with his signature French tinted vocals, playing a 1940's archtop guitar, USA's finest stride pianist Andrew Oliver, and the fantastic Argentinian import Eleazar…
The Early Late Show
Live music night headlined by Jazz Standard.
Giacomo Smith And Adrian Cox
The two jazz clarinet players from New York and Brighton, respectively, perform music that takes in influences from New Orleans, Kansas City and Paris.
The Texas-born jazz singer performs a set inspired by when she moved to Paris at the age of 18.
The House Of Q Grand Cabaret
The House of Q present an all-new night of cabaret and variety. Join the wondrous illusionist Neil Kelso, the spellbinding showgirl Felicity Furore, and the singing sensation Mercury as they present magic, burlesque, music, mime and more. The House of Q's award-winning artists present to you their acclaimed acts as…
Jay Rayner Quartet
Masterchef judge and Observer restaurant critic Rayner brings his stride piano skillz and his quartet, along with a bunch of tunes related to food.
Jay Rayner: The Ten (Food) Commandments
Jay Rayner presents an evening of important food rules.
Lizzie Ball And James Pearson
The violinist and producer and the pianist perform in tribute to the jazz musicians Stephanie Grappelli and George Shearing. They are joined by bassist Sam Burgess and drummer James Turner.
Sarah Jane Morris
One London critic's assessment of sensual singer-songwriter Sarah Jane Morris, who straddles rock, blues, jazz and soul with a goosebump-raising four octave range that rumbles from the heels of her size eight shoes to the tips of her flame-red mane.Famed for her association with the Communards in the mid-80s and infamous…