WHAT THE CRITICS SAY
“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
“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.”
“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.”
Best French Restaurants In London As a dedicated Francophile, Sir Terence Conran pays homage to Rive Gauche culture with his latest venture. Browse a selection of Left Bank paintings curated by Venice Biennale artist Martin Sexton, then make your way upstairs for generous portions of classics like boeuf bourguignon and tarte tatin.
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Five Ways To Eat Brunch In London The menu is a celebration of regional french cooking and feature dishes typically found in Parisian bistros. The menu includes pastries, porridge and all the eggs dishes – think Eggs Benedict, egg white omelette and scrambled egg with smoked salmon. Don’t forget about the madeleines with optional warm chocolate sauce to accompany – it’s the stuff of dreams.