Private members club Century opens brasserie to public

By Lorraine Heller

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Century Brasserie is accessible via a discreet door on Shaftesbury Avenue
Century Brasserie is accessible via a discreet door on Shaftesbury Avenue
The London-based Private Members Club Century is today opening the doors of its brasserie to the general public.

The new Century Brasserie will be open from noon to midnight and will serve a classic brasserie-style menu prepared by head chef Grahm Thompson.

The menu will be based on organic and GM-free ingredients, with signature dishes including grills of fish, fowl and rare breed meats from the wood burning oven.

Theatre traffic

Located at 61-63 Shaftesbury Avenue near the West End theatres, the venue will also cater for theatre-goers by serving pre-theatre fixed-price menus.

Pierre Condou, who owns the venue along with his wife Kathy, said: “Soho continues to be a fantastic and flourishing dining destination.

“Amongst all the frenetic bustle I am pleased to extend the opportunity for diners to experience Graham’s gutsy Brasserie menu, in the calm haven of Century, overlooking the leafy green of St Ann’s Church”.

Century Brasserie opens as part of a general refurbishment and re-design of the Century Private Members Club, after 10 years in operation.

The brasserie is designed to have a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, taking advantage of the high ceilings and natural light from the large windows.

Century Club’s upper floors will continue to be members-only.

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