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Angelo Vizcaino

A popular and hard-working waiter at La Brasserie in London’s Brompton Cross, pint-sized Angelo Vizcaino delights in telling customers about his love of Cuba...

Sods, bitches and gin

Raising a toast to World Gin Day with VII Hills gin at La Brasserie   Created to honour Steven Berkoff’s debut novel, Sod the Bitches!, and...

Reader offer: An evening with Chavín Jewellery

La Brasserie to host an evening trunk show and cocktails with Chavín Jewellery on Monday 20th April   On Monday 20th April, Suzie Cooke and Millie...

Model Behaviour

La Brasserie celebrates London Fashion Week and the Gin Festival with a new cocktail named ‘Model Behaviour’   London Fashion Week is once again upon us and...

Plated X

Plated X: 15 more of the best plates spotted by readers of ‘The Steeple Times’   Continuing our series, below we feature 15 more unusual, laughable...

The masters of marketing

Uber pulls off another great promotional stunt   When London’s black cab drivers protested against Uber in June, the result was to cause an an upward...

Alejandro Flores

The most popular drink maker in Chelsea’s signature phrase is “Oh yes”. This jolly Bolivian is the bar manager at La Brasserie and invented...

Seeing in 2014

The perfect spot to say goodbye to 2013   Struggling for ideas as to what to do on New Year’s Eve in Central London? If so,...
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