Deux Nouveaux Salons - two new salons for Theatreland
Épicerie • Cave À Vin Bistro • Restaurant Bar • Café
Located just off Trafalgar Square and around the corner from the London Coliseum, the all-new Les Deux Salons has a French restaurant on the first floor, while the ground floor features a café, bistro, bar, épicerie and cave à vin. And, there are private dining and event spaces.
Open every day, from breakfast and brunch through to lunch, afternoon cakes and tarts, dinner and late supper.
“A triumph for Sir Terence Conran. Creating an authentic Parisian brasserie has been the holy grail for Conran - but he has done it, and gone one better.” Fay Maschler, Evening Standard
“A Slice of Parisian life. The ground floor is a hive of activity with its all-day café, bistro, bar and wine shop. Traditionalists should go upstairs for a classic French
restaurant with Gallic fare.” Urban Junkies, June 2015
“The venue has a relaxed dining room on ground level, ideal for speedy lunches and pre/post theatre bites, leading to something a little more refined upstairs. The food is
rooted in traditional French cuisine and done with real sophistication. Pretty as a picture and of tremendous quality, go here for your next special occasion.” Esquire, June 2015
Our midweek lunch menu offers lighter choices and, for those doing business or with time restrictions, it also is a little quicker. Sunday lunch is all about a relaxed atmosphere with friends and family enjoying a delicious French meal.
Our bar specializes in cocktails synonymous with Paris, and lists an extensive selection of French vermouths and spirits. There’s also a fine selection of Pastis, Absinthe, French liqueurs (in citrus, berry and herbal flavours), as well as a wide selection of Cognac, Armagnac, Calvados and Eaux de Vie.
Free Pastis & French Aperitif for everyone dining with us on Bastille Day!
Plus, Salon No I: ‘Revolution with room service’ free talk and inspirations by Martin Sexton
Fresh from the Venice Biennale: Classic work form the Paris Left Bank, May 1968 and French Situationists, fused with the obsession of current culture – join artist and curator Martin Sexton discussing his latest work that is currently on display in our bistro.
Tuesday 14 July 2015 at 5pm & 7.15pm
Furstenberg Salon at Les Deux Salons Pastis, Absinthe and French Aperitifs Free to attend