The Guardian says: The menu is an homage to the great gastro-palaces of Paris; to Bofinger and La Coupole, albeit without the gastronomic flourishes. Instead, it's celeriac remoulade and snails, frisée with lardons, and pâté de campagne. It's steak haché and boeuf bourguignon, duck confit and choucroute. read more
Time Out says: Restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, creators of the Wolseley and the Delaunay, have struck gold with this grand art deco basement brasserie. It’s a huge set-up and attracts a mix of tourists, office types and couples. Affordable French staples are the big draw and set menus start at under a tenner for two courses read more
Evening Standard says: Here is the meat and drink of democracy inspired by Bouillon Chartier in Paris. Marble columns, brass rails, mirrors and gilt decorate a vast hall where tables have salmon- pink cloths and napkins. After five years of business, ridiculously reasonable prices hold. read more
The Nudge says: It’s a grandiose, ballroom-esque, live music-filled, marble pillar-laden restaurant located deep underground Piccadilly Circus with a list of entrées that, naturally, includes snails. For mains, you’ll be treated to dishes like braised squid; duck-leg confit with garlic potatoes; grilled baby spatchcock chicken with tarragon vinaigrette; and slow-roasted lamb. read more





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