Le QuecumBar and Brasserie

Le QuecumBar and Brasserie

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
42-44 Battersea High Street, Battersea, South-London, SW11 3HX
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Parisian soul in the heart of Battersea - Le QuecumBar. This world-renowned 1930s Parisian Gypsy swing-jazz brasserie is dedicated to the promotion of Django Reinhardt Hot Club Gypsy swing (and those who perform it) - a style born in £30s Paris that draws on nearly 2000 years of Gypsy culture. At Le QuecumBar you can enjoy an irresistible combination of acoustic nostalgic live music, great food and hospitality in an intimate and romantic setting.

The nightly live music includes Parisian swing guitar duos and smooth swing vocalists, making the place memorable and authentic. Even the members of staff may enthral you with an impromptu performance. If you want something a touch different check out Tuesday's famous free Gypsy swing jazz jam sessions - always a treat, with acoustic music from numerous talented musicians. Even Hank Marvin has dropped in to jam. The jewel in the crown is definitely the Sunday and Monday night ticketed Prestige Performance Concerts, featuring some of the world's finest Gypsy swing and jazz virtuosos and other top international ensembles. All this is on offer whilst enjoying relaxed dining and entertainment in an up-close-and-personal atmosphere.

Brasserie-style dishes make up the majority of the fairly priced bistro-style blackboard menu, which also includes homemade dishes. There's an impressive and reasonably priced list of world wines and specials which gives you plenty to choose from, and a three-course meal and bottle of wine can be had for under £30 per head. The secret tropical garden is an ideal setting in which to sip a cocktail or two before the performances and parking is easy. From Monday to Saturday music is free for those who arrive before 8pm, and just £5 for those who arrive after 8pm. VIP membership is £60 per annum, with no cover charge and plenty of benefits. Little wonder that Le QuecumBar's romantic ambience attracts a broad spectrum of wine enthusiasts and music lovers. Samples of past performances are available on YouTube, and all gigs are listed on the website
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Open: Mon times subject to concerts (either 6pm or 7pm-midnight); Tues-Thurs 7pm-midnight; Fri & Sat 6pm-12.30am; Sun 6pm-midnight