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Randall and Aubin offers the freshest seafood and succulent roasts complemented with a carefully selected wine list that ranges from old favourites to new discoveries. On Sundays you can enjoy our delicious brunch menu accompanied by a delicious Bloody Mary. We also offer catering service and take-away delivery. For more information visit our website.
$32 - $65
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
French, Seafood, European, British
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
Lively brasserie specialising in sea food but there are other things on the menu too.
It has a very nice atmosphere and the staff were very friendly and helpful (service just a little slow but the place was packed out).
We went for lunch and...More
Very petite but vibrant place with cosy atmosphere. Very nice and fresh seafood. In my personal opinion tuna carpaccio is slightly overpriced for the portions you get but all the food is delicious and nicely presented. Service was a bit too slow for such a...More
Randomly picked this little restaurant whilst out in London one night and can’t fault it, service is excellent and I had the most creamy fish I’ve had in a long while if ever! The rest of the group really enjoyed their meals too
We booked the R&A for a pre-theatre meal and what a good choice it was. A former butchers shop, the lovely white tiles, and marble worktops and original meat hooks provide the evidence all make for an unusual and interesting dining experience. I love the...More
We have dined here on many occasions. Food really good. Yes, it’s a bit expensive and you can dine in other west London establishments for less and eat just as well but that’s missing the point.
The service is fantastic. The ambiance is second to...More
Wow! Came across this lovely restaurant on a trip to the theatre. The staff were extremely friendly and the atmosphere was lovely with music playing. We had three courses which were all equally delicious and reasonably priced. Will definitely return!
We celebrated a friends birthday. The starters were pretty good, I had the sea bass seviche special, it was nice but it didn’t advise that there would be coriander on the dish, no problem I took these away, but didn’t seem to be any chilli...More
We was in this place after theatre and was great. The food was excellent I had the shrimps with garlic and my boyfriend had the lamb that was great too. They recommend a perfect wine. The only negative thing was that after we smelled like...More
So if you want to book you can only book till 6pm otherwise you need to wait for a table. It’s very popular and not much seating but worth the wait. There are heaters outside and you get served drinks too so it actually was...More
We love this place but yesterday (Sunday), we were disappointed. The positive side is that the service was great and our Waitress really good. The issue was with the whole lemon sole, whilst it was very tasty is was what I can best describe as...More
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