With a nod towards some typically French plates, Little Social brings the best of British produce to the table. A Jason Atherton restaurant in Mayfair, head chef Cary Docherty has garnered 3 AA Rosettes since opening with his affordable Parisian-style bistro menu. Should your ideal reservation time be unavailable please feel free to join us as a walk- in.
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5 Pollen StreetLondonW1S 1NE
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
I don't even know where to start. Simply delicious.
Our party of three arrived a bit early, the restaurant is not that big so we opted for a drink across the street at the Pollen Street Social (also a lovely place). The host from Little Social came across the street to get us when our table was ready. I mentioned in my booking that we had one gluten free diner, and the restaurant immediately...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
Little Social (as well as it's bigger, Michelin-starred older brother) is located on Pollen Street in Mayfair, and like you would expect from a Jason Atherton venture the outside is understated and sophisticated.
My girlfriend and I decided to order from the prix fixe menu (2 courses for £21 or 3 courses for £25).
A basket of bread was placed on the table to nibble on whilst we perused the...more
So after 2 visits to little social I would have to say it's not the best Atherton in town. Inside is a rustic French bistro ambience. Long and narrow room with some seats at the bar at the front. Cocktail listings quite nice with some interesting inventions. The negroni francais was excellent. Milder than a typical negroni with the bitterness toned down retaining all the flavour.
On the first...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