French Brasserie

The celebrated team behind The Wolseley and Brasserie Zédel opened the Bellanger on London's Islington Green in late December 2015, featuring an all-day Alsatian brasserie menu with dishes such as choucroute (salted and smoked pork belly, ham hock, frankfurter, ham and garlic sausage, and montbélier sausage, served on pickled cabbage), Baekeoffe (beef, pork, and lamb braised in gewürztraminer with root vegetables), and a range of tartes flambées. The interiors were designed by Shayne Brady of Brady Williams in a light Belle Époque style, drumming up the joie de vivre of the era using rich woods, vintage clocks, and a brass bar.

9 Inslington GreenLondon, England

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