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5 Pollen StreetLondonW1S 1NE
Really delicious French food, slightly on the pricey side but everything is executed really well.
I've had dinner once with the girls and booked the area round the back, cosy for a group of 8 but such a lovely spread of steaks and French bistro dishes.
I came for lunch a month ago and has some delicious oysters with half lobster and fries. The portion wasn't huge but we did leave very...more
When I take my mother to visit my brother in the capital he has the unenviable task of deciding where to take her for lunch in the city (fussy is an understatement). After a successful trip to French restaurant Brasserie Zédel earlier in the year, he decided to stay with the French theme and booked a table at Jason Atherton's Little Social.
Little Social (as well as it's bigger,...more
A pleasant little surprise...
Tucked on a tiny street behind Regent St. lies a culinary treat. Part of the Pollen Street Social restaurant across the road, this is the petit bistro extension of that though none the lesser. Really outstanding food in a Modern British meets French classics with a seasoning of the Mediterranean spin. Comfort food with pizazz if you will.
That style is...more
Cute little French restaurant, we decided to come here for Burgerquest, and while everyone opted for the burger and fries, I decided to go for the lamb shank.
It looked very promising, but I thought it was too salty, and the meat was a bit on the tough side. It wasn't terrible, but I definitely have had better lamb shanks. I think this was the only time I felt a bit of regret and wish I...more
Our first taste of the Social brand was decent. They have Little Social, Social House, and Pollen Street Social all closely located near each other. Although Little Social is the cheaper of the three, they still have a classy ambiance with great service.
The burger was cooked just right and had a healthy serving of foie on top. The pork and truffle sausage was tasty but the dish in general...more