Monday to Saturday 9:30am-12am
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Event Space
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
About Brunswick House
Delicious Food, Beautiful Room, Interesting Wine, Engaging Service
A resplendent informal restaurant & cocktail bar, set in the crumbling grandeur of a Georgian town house, built for the Duke of Brunswick in 1758.
Our cooking is all based around exceptional British produce, sourced from small producers, farmers and fishermen throughout the isles.
Our wine list offers a diverse selection from the rustic to the refined, the familiar to the undiscovered.
We also have many fabulous rooms available for private events of all sizes.
Had an absolutely marvellous time at Brunswick House. The food, the ambiance, the service, everything was just perfect. Looking forward to my next visit! 👌😁
We had a really brilliant evening. Originally we had a table booked at St Leonards which unfortunately had to close on Monday so we were kindly transferred to Brunswick House. We were very generously given a bottle of Champagne (it was a birthday dinner) which was ever so kind and such a sweet touch. It really wasn't a problem being moved to Brunswick House - thought they handled the challenge really smoothly. And the two staff working on Monday at BH were so great! They explained everything on the menu - were so warm and friendly - and the food was insane! Thank you for the perfect evening! Kindest, Sophie
Hi, I have already emailed you re Sunday night_ we are local & regular customers so wanted to support your live music initiative. Everything was great apart from the very small food portions, which I mentioned in my email. best wishes, Richard Admiraal (table of 9)
One of my favourites
Amazing venue, really unusual and special place to eat. Staff were really friendly. Food was excellent. A great place for a special evening out.
Had a lovely time as always. Pork belly was slightly over seasoned but lets not get too het up by that. Its a first world problem if ever i heard one.
Very unimpressed by the oysters which had a bit of a rancid taste. My fiancé asked for a main portion size of the truffle beef tartar which was miniscule still- it took him two bites to eat yet we were charged for a main course option. We were not served water until asking and it was very hard to catch someone's eye.
We had our wedding reception at Brunswick a house several years ago and love going back every year for special occasions the food is always thoughtful, delicious and you do feel like you’re treating yourself. It’s just a lovely quaint setting and very atmospheric in the evening.
I think we had to ask five times for some wine (which we had already ordered to be brought to the table) - the young girl (not british) serving didn't seem to have ever eaten in a restaurant or have any grasp of how to proceed. Zero training. The first half hour of sitting at the table our glasses were all empty. The cheese was fridge cold. The chicken fungus mushroom was a very stingy serving bulked out with 3x as much potatoe. Mackerel starter was tasty. The Calcots again was a tiny portion (done bettter and more generously at Barrafina) , friends enjoyed their pudding. House wine by the carafe was good. Gorgeous surroundings.
That was the first time I've tried the brunch at Brunswick house (I've been there for lunch and dinner many times). The staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly. The food was fantastic too. Loved it all.
Surely the only reataurant in town where the interior decor preceded the eatery itself, and all the better for it, what an enchanting ambiance.
I'm a great fan of Brunswick House - always love the cooking, the unusual ingredients, and the vibe. This Friday evening dinner was a tad disappointing - two starters and one main were very good (although not as much a standout as at earlier times), the vegetarian main and the two desserts unfortunately quite bland (e.g. we couldn't taste any prune in the malt & prune ice cream and no chamomile in the pusset). Service was really nice but understaffed - towards the end the poor girl was stretched thin like cling film and we had to wait forever to get her attention... we still would want to come back but would hope that management makes a bit more effort next time!!
Great, as always
Wines are a bit expensive, cheapest bottle £36
Disappointed with the Valentines menu and the limited choices, not as good as previous years. Shared the cote de boeuf and found that the meat had not been trimmed very much at one end. Whilst the fat may be appealing to some it can be off putting to others. The meat was also not very tender, we should have had a steak knife to cut it. Staff did understand the problem and offered complimentary dessert but that could have been avoided.
Venue is stunning, which is probably the only feature worth visiting for. The staff were attentive, but that is expected at that price range. The food was very salty. At that price you are expecting delicious food, but it turned out average. And the plating could be more inventive. Also, I understand smaller portions, but not when the taste is that average. Another annoying point was that the dishes come out way too quick. It was as though they could not wait for us to go. Overall thoroughly disappointed and honestly would never go back again.
Outstanding as always.
Absolutely stellar food and service - relaxed, convivial and delicious.
Great setting. Good wine list, food was clean and decent.
Loved it and very attentive service. Only bummer was the orange wine that was strongly recommended by one waiter, but turned out could only be ordered by the bottle! It was a real shame as my friend doesn’t drink much, and of course, I couldn’t get through it myself so we ended up not getting to try it at all. My friend’s prawn cocktail starter was also rather small (which I found more humourous than anything). Anyway, really good experience overall and your Brunswick Martini was absolutely gorgeous! Couldn’t resist getting two
Great fun. Good food.
Fantastic food and amazing service. The waiting staff were so helpful.
These guys are trying really hard & succeeding. Plus the barman is hilarious and a total cocktail-booze geek, in a good way - there's a story behind every short & he tells it while STILL paying attention to his other guests... What a fun place
Impeccable seasonal fare delivered in modern style all set in a relaxed and informal space. Tip - ask for the bin-end wine list to uncover hidden gems!