About Chez Bruce
Chez Bruce is temporarily closed.
A long-time favourite of Londoners, all of whom are very willing to make the journey out to leafy Wandsworth (not as far as you think) for the timeless and consistently excellent Chez Bruce. They say it best: “from the outset, it was our intention to serve the very best food and drink but within a relaxed, informal yet thoroughly professionally orchestrated environment”. Sharing a co-owner with La Trompette, The Glasshouse and The Ledbury the wine cellar is impressive. The list is extensive – classic French and Italian regions dominate but Portugal, Spain, Islands, Central Europe and the New World also get a decent look in. There’s a very good selection of half bottles, also magnums and a generous choice by the glass. All in all it’s a very user-friendly and sensitively priced wine list regardless of what you want to drink or spend. Constantly tweaking to stay at the front of the pack whilst remaining true to their classic and understated roots, Chez Bruce is a benchmark in first-class dining.
Chez Bruce Wine List
For fine dining alongside some of the most sharply priced fine wines in London, the Nigel Platts-Martin restaurants are hard to beat. Chez Bruce has been the scene of many wonderful meals (their Foie Gras dish is the stuff of dreams).