Green Man and French Horn

About

The Green Man & French Horn on St. Martins lane in the middle of theatreland, Covent Garden opened in 2012. The latest restaurant from the owners of Terroirs, Brawn and Soif, this former pub has been lovingly transformed into a small bar and bistro. The food is influenced by seasonal market produce, recipes and specialties of The Loire River. From the hills in the Ardèche to the oyster beds on the coast of Saint Nazaire - A gentle style of cooking celebrating this great river. The wine list celebrates a great number of diverse growers, both young and old from along The Loire. Prix Fixe Menu is available from Midday to 7pm.

Prices

£26 to £40

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Green Man and French Horn

Address
54 St. Martin's Lane
Charing Cross
London
WC2N 4EA
Public transport:
Leicester Square, Underground
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Yelp Reviews

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 16 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Green Man and French Horn

3.0 out of 5 28 December 2014
by Ally W.

It is really hard to make a Saturday dinner booking on a Friday night, especially close to Christmas. I was lucky enough to book Green Man & French Horn. I actually have never heard of it before this booking. The restaurant is on the busy St Martin's Lane and a typical cozy French bistro.

The menu is interesting and not exactly what I would expect from a French restaurant. There are some...more

4.0 out of 5 15 November 2014
by Sheng H.

Great little French restaurant close to Seven Dials at the heart of Covent Garden. The closest tube station is Leicester Square.

We came on a Monday night with a party of three around 8pm and there wasn't a wait and we didn't need reservations.

We had the Pork Belly, Venison, Mussels, and Cheese platter (you select 3 out of about 8 possible choices). While all three mains were great, the...more

5.0 out of 5 3 June 2014
by Rachael E.

10pm-ish on a mid-week evening in central London is a dangerous time to suddenly decide you need feeding. Finding our first choice closed for the day a friend and I plumped spontaneously for this unassuming-looking wine bar based on the bar menu tacked helpfully in the window (cheese plate, some sort of meaty terrine), and the fact that it looked narrow, dimly lit, but still busy inside. It...more

4.0 out of 5 7 May 2014
by Renee G.

Visited this restaurant last night, we had the radish salad and asparagus salad (excellent!) to start. Sea Bass with pasta and Sardines with dandelion greens, both were solid- the sardines were large are perfectly cooked, and the sea bass moist and fresh pasta outstanding.

Good wine selection, and really friendly service. Filled with locals, cozy and the noise level good. Excellent value for...more

4.0 out of 5 9 March 2014
by Sophack S.

A fan of this place, an overall a nice cozy place for wine and good company. Plus this was right next to the hotel, so it couldn't get any better.

Good selection of wine and we had a knowledgeable wait staff (at least our waitress) on said wines. Food contain many saltier items made to be washed away with the wine.

Duck Egg and Anchovies comes with many pieces of bread which was vital to...more

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