Below is a list of the top and leading French Cuisine in London. To help you find the best French Cuisine located near you in London, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
London’s Best French Cuisine:
The top rated French Cuisine in London are:
- Le Gavroche – established in 1967 under the auspices of the legendary Roux brothers
- Medlar – is owned by David O’Connor and Joe Mercer Nairne
- Augustine Kitchen – focuses on good quality wine and produce
- Club Gascon – French Michelin Starred Restaurant – was established in 1998 by chef Pascal Aussignac and business partner Vincent Labeyrie
- Pierre Victoire – established as one of Soho’s most attractive French restaurants since started in 1998
Le Gavroche established in 1967 under the auspices of the legendary Roux brothers. It is known as the last bastion in London of classically rich French haute cuisine. It was the first UK restaurant to be awarded 3 Michelin Stars and was the first Michelin rated restaurant to provide a set-price lunch. It maintains the very greatest of standards. The restaurant can feed 60 people at once, with the largest table seating ten people, and there is a sense of constant concentration and effortless attention to the demands of the clients, who are promptly made to feel at home by Emmanuel and his group.
Lunch Menu, Menu Exceptional, Menu du Jour, Bookings
“Food was beautiful and tasted amazing. The service was polite and very friendly. Would definitely go back.” – Pierina
Medlar is owned by David O’Connor and Joe Mercer Nairne. It is the first restaurant venture and the aim is to provide fabulous food and quality service in a relaxed atmosphere. They focus to cook seasonal ingredients from Europe and the British Isles simply and accurately. A passion for food drives Joe to the kitchen and strives to cook food that is satisfying to devour. Medlar’s wine list is compiled by Head sommelier, Didier Catelo who joined Medlar in March 2017.
He previously worked in the sommelier team and they are delighted to have him back. His previous roles were wine buyer for Ernst and Young including experiences at The Ledbury, Hotel Du Vin, Le Bistrot du Sommelier in addition to experiences in New York and Washington.
Food, Wine, Private Dining, Gift Vouchers
“Great food and nice service. Quail legs and pork belly are superb!” – Sophia T.
Augustine Kitchen focuses on good quality wine and produce. The producers are selected, to make sure the best quality, including charcuterie from Monsieur Colliard and fish from Mouchet Anythy Sur Leman, a fourth-generation fisherman. Regional dishes feature Reblochon Tarte, gratin of Crozets, and delicately smoked fera, whilst other highlights range from the sublime snails served with garlic mousse and parsley butter to pike quenelle or pork shank which has been slow-cooked for thirty-six hours. Behind the bar is the selected wines are displayed in open racks, in a typical French charm, along with a fine selection of Armagnacs, Cognacs, and other well-known spirits.
A La Carte, Set Menu, Lunch Menu, Wines, Reservation
“We booked for Valentine’s and what stroke of luck that was. Absolutely delicious, creative, generous, and fairly priced; a rare find. Exquisite wine and to top it off, the chef surprised us with a large selection of desserts, each better than the other. Highly Recommended.” – Jad Z.
Club Gascon – French Michelin Starred Restaurant was established in 1998 by chef Pascal Aussignac and business partner Vincent Labeyrie. Both the restaurant and near wine bar underwent a major restoration in 2017. Club Gascon pays tribute to the traditional Gascony region of southwest France surrounding Bordeaux to the North, Bayonne to the West, and Toulouse to the South. They were awarded a Michelin star in 2002 which has retained every year since. After the success of Club Gascon restaurant, they have been able to open the wine bar Le Bar and a bistro called Comptoir Gascon on Charterhouse Street.
Menus, Private Hire, Bookings
“We met with friends at this restaurant for lunch. we heard about this place from a lot of people. Well, it was very successful. we were warmly welcomed by the staff members and we had a fantastic feeling. The food was just great. We loved this spot a lot and we will definitely return to this restaurant. Highly recommended.” – Laurence G.
Pierre Victoire established as one of Soho’s most attractive French restaurants since started in 1998. The classic French Bistro style interior design complete with an eclectic collection of chalkboards and art pieces detailing the daily specials sets an inviting scene in which to relish fantastic and affordable French food. The restaurant is converted into a romantic restaurant in the evenings where its customers dine over candlelight to music.
Their intimate basement lounge is available for exclusive hire at no further cost and can be styled to comfortably accommodate groups of up to twenty-five persons. They offer a competitively priced a la carte menu and superb set menus at an outstanding value. They serve delicious French and Modern European Cuisine in a relaxed environment.
Christmas Menu, A La Carte Menu, Dessert Menu, Wine List, Set Menu, Book Online
“This is an absolutely fantastic place to eat and enjoy a night out with friends. The service is spot-on; friendly and attentive without being overbearing. The food is always amazing – a brilliant menu with lots of great staple dishes as well as some really imaginative specials. It’s a great setting and I love that it’s not a big chain. Absolutely worth a visit, once you’ve been, you’ll keep coming back.” – Sybil B.