A sleek French bistro is not what you might expect to find on this strip of Tottenham Lane in Crouch End. Aix is North London"s top French bistro, highlighting the elegant simplicity of the world's best home-style cuisine in a delightfully romantic setting.
Our menu features a distillation of your favorite French classics from onion soup to pan seared foie gras, from moules-frites to filet of beef bordelaise. Our stock pots are always simmering - assuring the freshest, deepest, delicious sauces - the highlight of French cuisine. Although predominantly French, we do sometimes borrow from other traditions, Italian, English, even American - Osso Buco and Fritto Misto have become staples, while Panettone Bread Pudding is often found on the winter menu. Our bread, baked fresh daily, is always appreciated, as well as our home made ice creams, Valrhona Chocolate Fondant and flambeed Tatin and Baked Alaska from our irresistible dessert menu. We always have a fantastic cheese selection.
Venue Details & Map
54 Topsfield ParadeTottenhamLondonN8 8PT
- Public transport:
- Hornsey, National Railway
My husband and I went to Aix for our wedding anniversary and although the service was good the food was dreadful and probably the worst restaurant meal we ever had...and we have had quite a few..! They over-cooked the lamb so asked them to re-do it which they did with no problem. When we got the food back, my husband's lamb chops were completely raw in the middle and the potato gratin was...more
If I could give this place 3.5 stars that's what it would be!
The venue: nice size, layout and ambience, maybe could be a little better as it was quite difficult for me to get in and out of my chair as the tables are very close to the walls and I'm tall! 4 stars.
The food: very nice ingredients! Lovely seasoning and sauces, if everything were of the level of these things it would be at...more
Love this place!!! Been coming for a few years as within walking distance and have absolutely never had a duff meal; a really nice feel to the place and good service, but the food... Aah the food! Proper French bistro fare, all to die for; fillet of beef Rossini and lamb shank daube my faves but hard to choose! Always packed so best to book, but go, it's great, very chilled, good Sunday lunch toomore
I could judge Bistro Aix on the dull, loud-voiced idiot who was sat at a neighbouring table tiresomely boring his friends (and us) half to death. But that would probably be unfair.
Unfortunately the service on the night was also quite disappointing. After being served by every member of staff at some point during the meal, we had great trouble getting the bill from any of them. It was near...more