As previously known as the “77” wine bar, Mill Lane Bistro has been taken over by Cyril, a French ex-manager of some of the best places between Paris and London such as “Hotel de Crillon”, “La Tour d’Argent”, “Tom Aikens” or “Scott’s” in Mayfair. His concept is to bring Michelin star’s food to a relax Bistro style served food at affordable price. “After 16 years of hard work in the industry, I have decided to create my own place and offer my experienced services to people who enjoy good traditional food and fine wines at low prices” The well-trained team will welcome you as in their own Parisian living room, you can either enjoy a glass of wine by the fireplace with the very generous “charcuterie board” in the winter months or some great lighter dishes on the terrace when warmer days are coming! It truly is a one-of-a-kind venue,cosy and comfortable in a superb location such as West Hampstead.
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Mill Lane Bistro
77 Mill LaneWest HampsteadLondonNW6 1NB
- Public transport:
- West Hampstead Thameslink, National Railway
The food is quite good and the staff is amazing. It's a small space and has recently been 're-launched' so worth a visit. It's a wonderful little neighbourhood bistro which is definitely worth a visit. We try to come at least once every two months, either for dinner or breakfast (on the weekend).more
Little bit of France in West Hampstead. Always a pleasure to have dinner there. The staff is friendly and the food honest. The atmosphere is truly French. Love the outside table and chairs in summer!more
Edible food. I had the entrecote, it was overcooked and the sauce pretty bland. The frites were good, but then again it is hard to mess that up. My wife had the French breakfast, she said it was ok. We both agreed it is not really worth it coming back.more
My new favourite neighbourhood restaurant.
Just fabulous first class French cuisine and great value with exceptionally well chosen wines to match.
You can tell by the attention to detail that the managers are also the proprietors.more
I went there as my fiancee and i were looking for a warm place to seep a beer . We ended up there unannounced. At 6:30 on a friday. It was quiet a bit at star, just a few customers. And it filled up quickly Decor is very causy, good musical atmospher, good choice of wine on the chalk board, and some beers too. Very friendly staff. After half an hour drinking our beer we stayed for more and...more