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Best French Restaurants in London

The Lecture Room - Sketch

9 Conduit Street, W1S 2XG

The two Michelin-starred restaurant Sketch is a dramatic venue. Its glass dome roof sheds light on to eye catching pieces of art, leather bound walls and thick pile carpets. The food is as cutting edge as it gets with a whole host of modern techniques and international flavours on offer.

Pied à Terre

34 Charlotte St, London W1T 2NH

Pied à Terre is a Michelin starred French restaurant on London's most foodie street - Charlotte Street. Pied à Terre translates literally to foot on the ground, as such the restaurant is a refreshingly low key affair that pleases not with its decor but its meticulously constructed Modern French dishes.

La Gavroche

43 Upper Brook St, London W1K 7QR

One of the most famous restaurants in London, La Gavroche was opened by Michel Roux in 1961- an institution by any measure. Now headed by his son Michel Roux Junior the restaurant offers the same classical french cuisine but with an added modern twist.


16 Henrietta St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8QH

Monumentally popular in Paris, Frenchie's now has a sister restaurant in London. Becoming one of the go to restaurants in 2016 the restaurant offers the same classic dishes as its counterpart however, using local British ingredients. 

La Petite Maison

54 Brook Mews, W1K 4EG

Lifted straight out of Provence in southern France, La Petite Maison is a bustling venue serving some of the best French-Mediterranean food in London. The extremely light room with its vast windows and cream columns make for a welcoming place to dine.

The Ledbury

127 Ledbury Road, W11 2AQ

Hailed by many to be the finest restaurant in London, Notting Hills Ledbury serves cutting edge contemporary French dishes with international influences. The decor is extremely classy with dark toned fabric contrasting with cream walls and walnut flooring.

Alain Ducasse

53 Park Lane, W1K 1QA

One of only a handful of 3 Michelin-starred restaurants in London, Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester is a special restaurant. French cuisine is served with the finest attention to detail. The venue itself is modern and elegant with use of light calming textures.

Le Cercle

1 Wilbraham Place, SW1X 9AE

This well-heeled venue situated between Sloane Square and Knightsbridge serves imaginative food inspired by south-western France. Their taster menus, offering a multitude of different tapas, are particularly good. Inside the restaurant is extremely modern and classy with high ceilings and silk curtains.

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