Le Sacré Coeur is a popular bistro that offers good value food in a cheerful blue and yellow room, decorated with jaunty French posters.
Favourite French classics feature on the menu, including confit duck, served with a sumptuous blackcurrant and port sauce, and Toulouse sausages with Dijon mustard. Be sure to try some mussels, a specialty of the restaurant that comes in three different ways.
There are plenty of options for non-meat eaters too, with savoury crepes packed full of delicious things like asparagus, mushrooms and cheese, and delicious sweet crepes heaped with fruit, ice cream and chocolate sauces for dessert.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Le Sacre Coeur
18 Theberton Street IslingtonLondonN1 0QX
Top 5 reviews of Le Sacre Coeur
A few things that struck me by this place. First I couldn't get in as the door was stuck then I couldn't get it shut. If the doors not closed it will stay open.
Ok so inside lovely decor, French music lovely ambiance. Get the menus. Some aspects tip ex over and hand written and in a polly pocket. I had to smooth it out and even then couldn't read it properly. I decided to go with the set... more
Went with my partner for lunch, and I have to say that we had an amazing experience! The ambiance is SO cute, very French, and warm. We both had 3 courses which was priced extremely well at 10.95.
We had the king prawn tempura and the warmed smoked bacon and chicken liver salad for our starters. The king prawn tempura was only alright with 4 medium sized shrimp (I wouldn't call them king... more
I enjoyed my time here. I went with my girlfriend.
Love the atmosphere. Excellent waiting staff. Very attentive and not intrusive. I love this. The service was excellent.
My boeuf was excellent. Her coq au vin was nice but she wasn't overly keen on the presence of a "few bones which felt like shrapnel"
My creme brûlée was a little cold after I broke through the crust which was a shame.... more
We went to this charming French bistro before going to a show at Sadlers Wells - it was just the thing - lovely atmosphere and tasty menu.
A word of warning, though - be cautious when ordering starters and main course! I had onion soup followed by mussels, which was perfect! My husband had breaded Camembert (which looks scrumptious) followed by beef Bourguignon (also delicious)... but the... more
Had a lovely dinner on a warm summer evening. I was able to get a table outside. The atmosphere is very charming and all the staff very polite. The service flowed very well from course to course and the food was delicious. I had a glass of rose, appetizer of bread olive oil, Brie, bread and olives with mustard, a special salad with artichoke, avocado and feta cheese, beef bourguignon and... more