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Brasserie Zédel was once part of The Regent Palace Hotel, which was built by 'T Lyons & Co. Ltd' on Crown land, and was designed in the Beaux Arts style by Messrs. Henry Tanner, F.R.I.B.A, F.J. Wills and W.J. Ancell. It opened on Wednesday, May 16, 1915; the largest hotel in Europe at the time, with 1,028 bedrooms.


Today, Brasserie Zédel and Crazy Coqs form an intimate and unique cabaret and performance venue, in an extraordinary, striped original Art Deco setting, with a mixed programme of live entertainment throughout the week.

20 Sherwood Street,

020 7734 4888
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