27 "French" Restaurants in London.
P Franco is a Clapton wine shop that hosts guest chefs who serve stunning small plates to neighbourhood regulars. You want to be a regular.
Brawn in Shoreditch might be one of the city’s best neighbourhood restaurants. One that might even make you want to change neighbourhoods.
Oldroyd is a mix of French, Italian, and Spanish, and the best restaurant in Islington. It’s also very small, so plan accordingly.
Plateau is an upscale fine dining restaurant in Canada Place with a nice view over the main square and flawless modern French cuisine.
Brixton’s Naughty Piglets is a dream of a neighbourhood restaurant with great vibes and modern French food.
The Other Naughty Piglet is a cool little restaurant in Victoria, serving inventive French-inspired small dishes along side a biodynamic wine list.
Les 110 de Taillevent is an upmarket modern French restaurant with excellent food and wine in Marylebone.
Sardine is a very hip Shoreditch restaurant with a mural on the wall, a communal table, and an open kitchen serving southern French-inspired dishes.
Brasserie Zédel is a classic all-day brasserie, serving steak frites and moules in a stunning Art Deco room. The adjoining bar is excellent, too.
Elliot’s is a class act, from the drinks and food to the service. Their cheeseburger is also one of the best burgers in London.
Bistrotheque is a neighbourhood bistro set in an old warehouse, with art projected on the walls and an ambience best described as ‘trendy as fuck’.
Blixen isn’t the best food in Spitalfields, but it’s where you go for a simple, crowd-pleasing group dinner or brunch.
Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
Bellanger is a spot in Islington that looks looks and feels very grown-up, but it’s not stuffy. And it’s good at all times of the day.
Kettner’s in Soho has a piano bar, a champagne bar, and a restaurant serving classic French food.