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The Box
Newly opened in Soho at 11-12 Walker’s Court W1F 0ED, The Box is very different from most dining venues.

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Review - Aix en Provence

Take a two hour holiday in Aix en Provence. It’s strange sometimes the things that can make you feel you are in a foreign country. Immediately after being seated at Aix en Provence, a French couple at a nearby table was engaged in a very serious wine service discussion... Cuisine: French
Area: Bayswater, Notting Hill

Review - Almeida

Islington, according to my companion – a resident who, in AA Gill fashion, has gamely offered to be known as The Blonde – has been lacking a good restaurant. Courtesy of Almeida, Sir Terence Conran’s amalgam of French cuisine and North London cool, it’s now got one. Cuisine: French
Area: North London

Review - Cheyne Walk Brasserie

With its emphasis on French cuisine, and Chelsea location, you’d be forgiven for expecting Cheyne Walk Brasserie to be austere and cooler-than-thou, one of those places populated exclusively by the rich and/or thin and/or beautiful.... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Cheyne Walk Brasserie

A French restaurant in one of the Chelsea-ist bits of Chelsea? You’d be forgiven if you expected Cheyne Walk Brasserie to be one of those Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Coq d Argent

Conran restaurants have pioneered a look that was new to this country when Quaglino's opened (or should that be re-opened?) Cuisine: French
Area: Square Mile

Review - Crepeaffaire

From small humble beginnings on Hammersmith Broadway to the heady streets of Soho, this second branch of the casual eaterie Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Drones

Any self-respecting P.G. Wodehouse fan would know that the Drones was Bertie Wooster’s club and it is worth thinking about this before booking... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - Embassy

Good food on your plate is - in theory - the goal of every restaurant, with décor, service and wine to back it up. While restaurant standards are generally.....
Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - JAAN

Hotel restaurants are notoriously soulless and even a great like Chez nico never overcame its hotel dining room alter ego. However, Jaan seems to have pulled it off with no little style. The restaurant, with its modern French and Eastern menu, is innovative yet traditional and most worthy of congratulation. Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - La Brasserie

The wonderful McClements may be no more, but chef-patron John McClements has done well enough from his Ma Cuisine Le Petit Bistrot Cuisine: French
Area: Middlesex

Review - La Tante Claire

Amazing dining at Auntie Claire’s Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - noble rot

From the outside, the lower case noble rot is also quite low key. I must have walked past it several times - I've certainly spent a few afternoons in the pub opposite - without ever noticing this restaurant and private members’ club. However, while the private members club is achingly trendy (a quick glance at the guest list featured several supermodels and more men called Tarquin than you've ever dreamed possible), the restaurant shouldn't be ignored. Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Sotheby’s Café

Sotheby’s is not the obvious spot for a bite to eat but should be. Although the location suggests you’ll be bidding Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - Sotheby’s Café

Sotheby’s probably isn’t the obvious spot for a bite to eat but expect that to change very soon .... There’s no bidding, sly winks or old ingredients involved here........... Cuisine: French
Area: West End & Mayfair

Review - The Belvedere

In terms of location, Marco Pierre White’s The Belvedere has the edge on just about all of London. Set in the corner of Holland Park surrounded by greenery and with its bright, spacious interior, it’s very “country house....... Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The Capital

Chavot at The Capital – London’s rising new two-star. Eric Chavot has held a Michelin star in each of his two previous restaurants, Interlude de Chavot and Chavot, but even in the early days of his starred career he seemed destined for higher rankings.. Cuisine: French
Area: Kensington & Chelsea

Review - The Carlyle Restaurant

The Carlyle Restaurant is basically the answer to the question - what happens when Cuisine: French
Area: New York

Review - The Island

Without wishing to knock suburbia, Kensal Green isn’t exactly the first place which comes to mind when one thinks of an impressionable new bar and restaurant. Besides, the locality..... Cuisine: French
Area: North London