Les Deux Salons offers two floors of all day brasserie dining near Trafalgar Square. The first floor offers a classic French restaurant, while the ground floor features a café, bistro, épicerie and cave a vin
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Les Deux Salons
40-42 William IV StreetLondonWC2N 4DD
- +44 20 7420 2050
Top 5 reviews of Les Deux Salons
My foodie friend suggested this place, so I knew it was gonna be decent. And indeed it was.
Moules frites was absolutely enormous, as well as fresh, salty and delectable. My companions chose the duck option from the pre-theatre menu, and seemed to enjoy it. Just make sure you like beans.
Creme brulees were also a success - the final part of the set menu. I went for ice-cream of the day,... more
We arrived half hour early however, they accommodated this without any problems. Although we were advised, on booking, that there was a 1.5 hour turnaround on the tables, we were not prepared to be rushed. However, we did feel a little harassed at first but once they realised we were going to move at our own pace, they backed off a little.
We started with a cocktail which tasted a little... more
A good place gone bad.
What a disappointment. I have been here several times and found it reliable and enjoyable. A traditional French bistro in the West End was like a little piece of Paris in Central London. The usual french menu favourites were on the menu and one could tuck into a good Duck Confit.
But my recent visit, I confidently recommended going with a friend of mine thinking we... more
I like this place because:
- it's possible to get reservation
- lively atmosphere
- affordable (not cheap, but reasonable)
- most dishes are delicious
- perfect for pre/after theatre dinner
Came here 3 or 4 times and it's always a delightful experience. more
After a revamp, this remains a traditional French brasserie in the heart of theatre land. The downstairs is an all day brasserie, upstairs an evening restaurant with a good value pre-theatre menu (£15.75 for two courses, or a three course option is available). We had the latter, and chose asparagus and blue cheese soup, and then confit duck cassoulet. Tasty enough if unexceptional. Previously... more