Renowned as one of London’s oldest French restaurants, Mon Plaisir is a family-run restaurant that has been established for more than 60 years. Serving a variety of authentic gastronomic delights, Mon Plaisir emanates a lively atmosphere and can cater for private parties of up to 10 guests upon request.
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Within walking distance of the British Museum, the Bistro Savoir Faire is a spacious French restaurant with a small terrace. Catering for private parties of up to 40 guests is available upon request.
Le Garrick serves authentic French food prepared by French chefs along with a selection of French wines. They organised wine tasting evenings on a regular basis.
Maggiore’s serve a variety of Mediterranean dishes inspired by flavours from North Italy and the South of France. The intimate atmosphere and faultless food combine to make this a popular restaurant. Booking in advance highly recommended.
Cote is a modern French bistro offering some of the classic & simple favourites of French cuisine. They offer a brunch, a la carte and children’s menu.
L’Escargot acts as a tribute to modern art, with Chagall, Miro, Matisse and Hockney hanging on the walls. Picasso has his own room upstairs. The interior compliments the food, which is French and consists of risotto, rabbit, wild mushrooms and cheese. There is an extensive wine list to wash it all down with. Catering for private parties of up to 60 guests is available upon request. The restaurant has a Michelin star.
Aubaine is a passionate marriage of French culinary creativity and the discerning standards of the London dining scene. They live to make the simple sophisticated and the sophisticated simple.