Brasserie of Light


Impressive artwork and gorgeous interiors are stealing the show at Selfridges' newest restaurant.

If you're looking to rest your feet after a hard day's shopping in W1, you won't find anything more chic than Selfridges' newest addition. A huge restaurant and bar, Brasserie of Light features an all-day dining menu from Portuguese chef Emanuel Machado, interiors designed by renowned architect Martin Brudnizki and stunning art from Damien Hirst, this is one slinky new spot. With a name like this, you can expect a bright space with floods of light and golden hues. There's even a huge crystal-encrusted Pegasus statue created by Hirst.

When it comes to food, think British and internationally-inspired dishes; with scallops, lobster and a staple Pegasus pie served with a side of yuzu coconut cloud. Come the weekend, you can tuck into brunch or go for a little luxury with a Champagne afternoon tea. Cocktails include The Queen of Time; a British take on the Kir Royale, which combines English sparkling wine with white heron cassis and Plymouth sloe gin.


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Day Open Close Notes
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Tuesday 8:00 0:00
Wednesday 8:00 0:00
Thursday 8:00 0:00
Friday 8:00 0:00
Saturday 9:00 0:00
Sunday 9:00 23:00



Brasserie of Light, 27-29 Glasshouse Street, W1B 5DF


West End

Nearest Station

Bond Street (Tube)


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves British, Vegetarian Friendly, European, International, Afternoon Tea, Brunch and Seafood food.

  • A word from the chef:

    An impressive mix of classic British and internationally-inspired dishes, from breakfast to dinner, through to brunch and afternoon tea at the weekend.

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