Boulestin is the latest venue from Joel Kissin, who, in partnership with Sir Terence Conran, helped change the face of London's foodie scene with restaurants such as Bibendum and Le Pont de la Tour. The restaurant is inspired by the cookbook writer and restaurateur Marcel Boulestin who was one of the first celebrity chefs. There's a luxury bistro serving classic French food and Café Marcel, a café offering lighter dishes.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) a clienti|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
5 St James's StreetLondonSW1A 1EF
- 020 7930 2030
Top 5 reviews of Boulestin
When I made our reservation, my expectations were higher... much higher. As we were a large group credit card details were requested and a 25gbp per person no show charge would be billed to the card if we didn't show up. I asked if there was a minimum spend and I was advised that there wasn't. I asked if there would be a no show charge if anyone cancelled (bound to happen with a big group)... more
My mother, brother and I stumbled in on a Thursday night in November after having done a little Christmas shopping. We had come from the U.S. and are on our way to Scotland. We were tired, cold and hungry. Your staff couldn't have been more attentive. We were ushered to a table immediately, despite our lack of a reservation. As a handicapped person, I sometimes wait for seating. Not so here,... more
Enjoyed a glass of wine on their sidewalk.
Many terrific by the glass wine options and very nice staff! more
The food was mediocre. We sat outside in the summer which was nice and the service was okay. But as this was booked in advance they asked for a credit card for the booking. When we asked for the bill they said that it was already paid for... They had already charged the card that was given for the reservation which made splitting the bill a real pain. I wouldn't go to this place ever again. more
Good wine list, edible food but not quite as fabulous as I expected.
I had the Jambon persille, the duck confit and donughts. All were nice enough but I wouldn't rush back. Perhaps I am biased since I am French and have grown up eating these sort of delicacies. It wasn't quite what I know. more