Since 1973, we’ve played host to thousands of breakfasts, brunches, lunches, afternoon teas, dinner parties and evening drinks.
We’d be delighted to help you escape the hustle and bustle of the everyday, and welcome you to one of our seven Browns Brasserie & Bars in London.
Each of our London restaurants are easily accessible from the city centre, and boast a relaxed yet vibrant atmosphere. Unwind in the comfort of our beautiful hand picked settings, and enjoy the flavours and luxuriant aromas of a classic cocktail, light bite, or one of our seasonal specials.
Butler’s Wharf was once a centre for the tea trade and boats from the East docked here with their cargos. Today, it’s an upmarket area of London with a laid-back feel — and Browns is equally as relaxing and welcoming, with a live pianist, a gorgeous decked terrace, and great views across to Tower Bridge.
Take some time to relax in our two private dining rooms, which are available for parties, wedding celebrations, or corporate events. It’s the ideal location for a swift refreshment, and perfect for hosting special occasions. We’re close to Tower Bridge and City Hall, and a short 13 minute walk from Bermondsey Underground Station.
Covent Garden is in the heart of the West End, close to all the main theatres, art galleries, Westminster Palace, Buckingham Palace, and St James’s Park. Our location means we’re in the midst of a lively, vibrant and eclectic atmosphere, and our pre- and post-theatre suppers are extremely popular.
Browns Covent Garden is both relaxing and welcoming. The building, formerly Westminster County Court, was elegantly converted into our bar, and restaurant. The Courtrooms can be found upstairs and consist of a suite of four wonderful function rooms — firmly establishing Browns Covent Garden as the perfect venue for weddings, parties, and business events.
Browns Kingston features incredible unimpeded views across the River Thames. Spend some time relaxing on those balmy summer's days with a cooling breeze coming through our open patio doors, which lead on to an elegant mezzanine floor, and a pleasantly comfortable seating area.
Browns Kingston Bar & Brasserie is situated adjacent to Charter Quay, one of the most prominent quays in the town. This market town offers a delightful mix of interesting historical spots, such as the Ancient Market Place, contemporary shopping outlets, and a host of entertainment venues.
Originally the Wells & Co, the Browns Mayfair building was a high end gentlemen’s outfitters; we believe that Winston Churchill was also once fitted for a suit here. The building still retains many of its fantastic period features, and its grand 19th century décor adds to the venues character. There are a handful of small private rooms (originally fitting rooms) available for to book for functions of up to 20 people.
Tourists, art-lovers, shoppers, and London business folk regularly flock to Mayfair to visit the always bustling Regent Street and New Bond Street shopping districts. This area is renowned for the abundance of jewellery shops, and international designer stores. Fortnum & Mason’s can also be found on Piccadilly, and Hamleys famous toy store is also nearby, within easy walking distance.
Formerly the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Browns Brasserie & Bar Old Jewry is an impressive, imposing building. On the inside, it’s a stylish, welcoming space with a friendly, bustling atmosphere.
Located close to the Bank of England, and just a three minute walk from Bank Underground Station, you’ll easily find us in the heart of London’s financial centre; discover amazing buildings, and explore the beautiful museums and art galleries — there’s plenty for you to see and do.
We’re open from 7am on weekdays for breakfast meetings, or simply to prepare you for a day of sightseeing. The restaurant is also available for private hire on Saturdays, Sundays, and Bank Holidays – our Saturday live pianist is not to be missed.
Browns in Victoria, is located close to the iconic Cardinal Place; a magnificent shopping and leisure centre situated on Victoria Street. We’re in the perfect location for shoppers, theatre-goers and city workers, so don’t forget to visit for drinks, dinner or cocktails, once you’ve explored the area’s highlights.
You’ll find us within walking distance of some of London’s best art galleries, theatres and museums, so there’s a plethora of reasons to visit Browns Victoria. From time to time we’re even graced with the talents of a pianist — complete with a repertoire that'll truly set the tone for the evening.
Located in the heart of London’s Docklands, Browns West India Quay combines history, modern architecture, character and effortless charm.
West India Quay is a truly fascinating place to explore, and since the 1990s it has undergone rapid development. Explore an eclectic mix of historical buildings and ultra-modern architecture, as well as plenty of attractions nearby, such as the excellent Thames Clippers for brisk transport along the River Thames.
Don’t forget to pop in and enjoy a crafted cocktail (or two) in our lovely outdoor seating area, which overlooks the beautiful West India Docks. From time to time, we’re graced with the talents of a pianist — complete with a repertoire that'll truly set the tone for the evening.