Located in the heart of Smithfield, Le Café du Marché is a renowned restaurant famous for its delicious cuisine and live jazz evenings. Split over two levels, the main cafe serves eclectic French dishes with a European touch and the menu changes every 5 weeks to reflect the best seasonal ingredients available.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) a clienti|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
Le Café Du Marché
22 Charterhouse Mews
- +44 (0)20 7608 1609
Top 5 reviews of Le Café Du Marché
Great service and food with refined flavors. Recommend the swordfish and cheesecake. Five stars. more
Wow, just wow. I haven't had a meal in a long time where I was greatly impressed from start to finish.
This place was absolutely romantic and charming. When I arrived, there was a pianist and a double bass player playing beautiful music. The tables were candlelit and you could see plates of delicious food at patron's tables.
I ordered the Provence vegetables with mozzarella and I am so... more
We were staying at Malmaison Hotel and were tired. So we walked next door to a superb meal. We were there for an early dinner and the place was lit by (real) candles. It almost felt like Paris during WWII. Very romantic. We were told at 8 PM or so a piano player comes in and the places starts hopping. Frankly, I preferred a very quiet intimate dinner.
The waitstaff were welcoming,... more
Tucked away in the Mews right off Charterhouse Square, Cafe Du Marche was the perfect spot to hide away from the cold and rain. Great atmosphere that was cozy and warm complimented by some relaxing piano music.
We went with the American Express restaurant festival menu for 30GBP which included champagne, starter, main, salad, fried dessert, coffee/tea, and petit fours. The food was excellent.... more
Tucked away down a cobble-stoned archway you'll find Cafe du Marche. A lovely French restaurant set over 2 floors and popular with the legal professionals who live and work in the area.
The interior has that simple, French, rustic, pastoral feel. A bit like Le Pain Quotidien only better.
Downstairs was packed out so we were redirected up stairs, where the rustic wooden look continued on... more