Augustine Kitchen is a 60 cover restaurant with an intimate family-feel, focusing on good quality produce and wine. Franck Raymond, formerly head chef at London institution Mon Plaisir in Covent Garden, has hand-picked his producers to ensure the very best quality, including charcuterie from Monsieur Colliard and fish from Monsieur Mouchet Anyhy sur Leman, a fourth generation fisherman.
Based on Franck’s own design, the restaurant is simple and elegant, with rustic oak tables in the main restaurant area and mismatched, reclaimed wooden and marble tables in the bar. Behind the bar, the handpicked selection of wines is displayed in open racks to give a typically French charm to the restaurant. The bar serves French-style tapas while more classical French cuisine is available in the restaurant.
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Venue Details & Map
63 Battersea Bridge RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 3AU
- Public transport:
- Battersea Park, National Railway
If you are over the age of 65 and have no taste buds left or if you are English and think that bland is a flavor then this is the place for you!
Onion Soup tasted like water.
Food was completely under seasoned had to salt and pepper the sea bass, the lamb rack and the sides because they had NO TASTE!
Dessert was warmed in microwave-take a look at the picture of mousse.
Chef had no clue...more
How do you make a place 4+? My group had a wonderful meal... focus on the word FOOD. The service was very good but there was a long delay for our final bill. Nevertheless, we'll be back for certain.more
Spotted Augustine Kitchen a couple of weeks back and decided to use Valentine's Day as an excuse to head along.
What to say. It was good. It didn't blow me away, but it was good.
I booked online and received an e-mail confirmation. A few days before the booking I received a reminder e-mail, but I had a niggling feeling that I'd booked a slightly earlier time. As the day came around I...more