Tucked away in Earl's Court, The Little French Restaurant is a charmingly low-key restaurant serving home-made Gallic favourites in a cosy, romantic setting. The bright pink facade is hard to miss, but this offbeat little eatery has a rustic bonhomie, with regional dishes such as chicken breast stuffed with wild mushroom duxelle and classic steak-frites accompanied by a potent global wine list.
Food and DrinkValid from 5 April 2016 to 4 April 2017
This offer is available from April 5, 2016 until April 4, 2017, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.
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The Little French Restaurant
18 Hogarth PlaceSouth KensingtonLondonSW5 0QY
- +44 20 7370 0366
I wasn't expecting much of the 13 pound 3 course but had been craving French onion soup and a glass of rose. Also it was the closest to my hotel and I was tired. Sorry to say neither was fulfilled. Only white and red house wine were served by the glass and flyin solo means a full bottle of wine in a restaurant may be a bit much. The French onion soup was served in a large flat soup bowl, no...more
Ok where do I start? House rose is a tasteless liquid better replaced by water. The chicken liver is fine, but the sauce is bland and you'll find it in other dishes. Which brings me to the "lamb" Wellington. Wellington is supposed to be a slab of meat, usually cover in something, mushrooms are popular these days, and the further covered with puff pastry. That is all supposed to be cooked at...more
Really little and really tucked away on an alley where the road ends, the Little French Restaurant is the manifestation of a "hole in the wall". Seats about 20 downstairs and upstairs maybe another 10. The prix fix at 12.50 (cash only) is a steal at twice the price. I ordered, Vichyssoise (served hot on a chilly evening), Coq au vin, and tarte tatin. I did order a side of vegetables and a...more
This was my absolute favourite restaurant when I lived in West London. To describe it as 'tucked away' would be an understatement. The only way we found it was through friends and I felt like Frodo from LOTR winding through the tiny pedestrian alleyway to get the restaurant.
So the big thing about The Little French Restaurant is its 3-course dinner for £10. It's the best dining deal in town...more