Le Metro Wine Bar & Bistro is one of the hidden secrets of Knightsbridge, long treasured by locals and visitors alike.<br/><br/>Located on Basil Street within the stylish boutique Levin Hotel, the world's closest hotel to Harrods, Le Metro serves up an eclectic and impressive selection of wines by the glass, complemented by friendly service from the efficient staff.<br/><br/>The menu offers a wide choice of delicious classics such as fish and chips, sausages and mash and a selection of light dishes, each prepared from the freshest of ingredients by the chefs. You can also enjoy a traditional British afternoon tea, featuring homemade pastries, cakes and scones with delicious jams and a selection of delicate sandwiches, accompanied by tea and coffee or a glass of champagne.<br/><br/>Open from breakfast through to dinner, Le Metro is the perfect place to unwind during your day of shopping, ideal for your lunch break or even informal meetings!
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Le Metro Bar and Brasserie
28 Basil StreetSouth KensingtonLondonSW3 1AS
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A cold end of the day after touring around and a little shopping, we asked a doorman at Harrod's where we could go for a drink and good food, quiet and relaxing, without a loud scene, and he said, Oh you want Le Metro, a little wine bar just ahead, downstairs from the Levin Hotel. He was exactly right. A couple of Californians used to the best food, we found the goat cheese and greens salad,...more
We stumbled upon this little place after some touristing at Harrods and boy were we delighted! The food was great, though overall casual. Our party ordered the daily special ravioli, fish and chips, a hamburger to make you weep, and a chicken dish. All were exemplary. To finish the evening, we had a variety of teas, the flour-less chocolate cake, and the lemon/berry tart. DELICIOUS! The...more
The Food is fantastic! Hidden in the basement in Knightsbridge but surprisngly very cozy! great food, great menu!more
Had afternoon tea here since it was the least expensive place. We arrived early, had a great table and ordered filtered coffee as we waited for tea time. The coffee was okay, but crazy expensive for a cup. That part was very disappointing; especially since there aren't any refills!
Tea time was exactly what I expected, however, it took a while to flag the waitress down to get our check....more
More casual than I had thought, which was somewhat disappointing. It felt more like a pub than the posh outside unfortunately.
The food was just alright - the hummus not very flavorful and the toasted bread wedges that came with it literally sat in a little splat of oil which was not very tasty. The tuna was cooked very well but nothing out of the ordinary and the fish and chips were just...more