14 July 2019
No such thing as a free lunch? Not so at Brasserie Zedel, where anyone wearing a beret and a stripy breton top will receive a complimentary Formule Menu on Bastille Day, Sunday 14th July. Running all day from 11.30am-11pm, there will be an accordionist playing a medley of French classics in the afternoon and London-based band, Boom La Tete, performing French gypsy classics from 8.30pm onwards. This jolly affair has proved so popular since its inception in 2013, that this year for the first time tables are being released by ballot. The fairer system has been devised in line with the motto of the French Republic – “manger pour la liberté, l’égalité et la fraternity!” Feast on the Formule Menu (£19.75) that includes 3-courses and a glass of wine for free – so long as you’re in the beret and stripes. The ballot closes at 5pm on Friday 21st June so enter here now.
One ballot entry per person and you will be able to select a preference for either lunch or dinner. A maximum table size of 6 people applies. Successful applicants will be contacted to confirm their tables by Friday 28th June.