In the heart of Hampstead Village with original period features. The bakery and restaurant providing all day French dining and a relaxed ambience this is uniquely Aubaine. Family centred yet chic, cosmopolitan, perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy the added experience of watching the Chefs at work in their open kitchen. Breakfast combines French classics with innovative dishes from croissants to the decadent Lobster Egg Imperial. In the evenings, the restaurant takes on a more intimate feel, offering dishes such as Lobster Spaghetti with tomato and basil and roast rack of lamb with nicoise garnish. Also exclusive to Aubaine Hampstead is their first floor which brings a little bit of outside inside. The first floor can accommodate up to 25 seated or 40 standing. The design of the 75 cover restaurant has stayed true to the character of the building and kept many original features
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82 Hampstead High StreetLondonNW3 1RE
- Public transport:
- Hampstead, Underground
This is a nice restaurant in a lovely place in London. The food is a bit overpriced but very enjoyable. Unfortunately for us, we took a walk on the wild side and sat outdoors. Usually we don't dare because the smokers make it impossible to enjoy outdoor seating without inhaling their smoke. We told our waitress what we were doing and why we were sitting so no one would be upwind of us, but to...more
Aubaine in Hampstead is a friendly French restaurant with an upmarket spin, while having an approachable and somewhat casual, relaxed ambience. My fillet steak was great, the sauce unfortunately not so much.
One rainy Friday evening, I was on my way to a concert of the brilliant Ligeti Quartet in Hampstead, and French restaurant Aubaine was right between the tube station and the venue, making...more
Well...hmmm...how can I put it in a nice way (?) An omelete that you can make at home with organic ingredients, you have to pay it there 9-14£ (Brunch)... So yeah I cannot be really a fan of the place.
Plus the fact that the Maître was so not polite and without a smile on his face...made me not to like the place at all.
Our orders (that were all egg related) were late, making us wonder...more
Went to Aubaine yesterday for dinner with the fam. We were visiting and thought that it would be better to travel to hamstead for food rather than overpriced Knightsbridge, where our hotel was located.
When we first got to the restaurant, the service was very attentive and they tried to make you evening a pleasure. Also, the food was very good. However, a piece of my chicken seemed to...more