Praised for its 'exceptionally fine cooking' by Fay Maschler in The Evening Standard and awarded 5 stars by Time Out, Claude's Kitchen serves refreshingly rustic but creative British food. Having worked at Petersham Nurseries and Club Gascon, Claude Compton's menu is led by lovingly sourced British ingredients: all meat is organic and free-range, and the fish comes in daily from small boats in Cornwall. Complemented by the lengthy wine and cocktail list, the exquisitely presented food is served against a backdrop of rustic stone walls and chic wooden furnishings.
|Average main course||£16.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£29.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
51 Parsons Green LnGreater LondonSW6 4JA
- +44 2073718517
Top 4 reviews of Claude's Kitchen
This super presumptions place with carelessly cooked food and poor service. We were seated upstairs at a dirty table top. Asparagus for starters was uncooked and without flavour. Pigeon was too salty. Vegetarian main came cold. Markup on wine is 4-5x (ref Vivino). Go somewhere else. more
5 stars? you might ask!
As an anglophile of sorts but never impressed by British food, I had heard raves, for the last 10-15 years, of the modern take on typical local and seasonal produce by young chefs. Visiting London atleast twice a year and never trying it out, not for want of desire, but lack of interest by friends in London, I finally got my way.
Other than the wine, everything is... more
I can't understand poor reviews sometimes, Claude's is great, fantastic to take a date and appear really cool. This is the new wave chef driven local fresh food kind of place, and if you have the taster menu you can eat and get recommended fine wines with each dish. A funky kind of place with wood and a bit of an industrial vibe.
I really recommend this for a special occasion. You will spend... more
My boyfriend and I came here for our 6 month anniversary, and although it has ranked poorly on Yelp, it has been ranked as a top Romantic place to eat in London (TimeOut) and has favourable popular reviews on other sites.
We tend to cook for ourselves, so going out is always tainted with "I could make this". However, we couldn't say that about our time at Claude's Kitchen. They have such... more