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Pitched next door to the highly popular French Table, this café seduces Surbiton with its line-up of
signature home-baked goodies, and delivers the goods with the same enthusiasm as its grown-up neighbour. True to form, the place oozes petite Parisienne charms, with its marble-topped tables,
vibrant French posters and fine-weather alfresco seating. Highlights from the all-day roster include savouries such as croque monsieur or pissaladière, while salads might tempt with confit duck and
figs with mushrooms and a Merlot reduction. Filled baguettes (perhaps crayfish and avocado with chilli-garlic dressing) are another crowd pleaser, and sweet-toothed punters are lured by pear and
almond tart, lemon drizzle cake or perhaps pistachio and raspberry macarons. Also look out for regular Friday suppers featuring moules-frites, boeuf bourguignon and suchlike.
We love The French Table so when Ann’s car needed an MOT in Surbiton we decided to lunch at its baby sister, The French Tarte. It’s snuggled up against big sister on the elegant Maple Road in Surbiton. Street pay parking.Opened by the owners of The French Table in 2011, The French Tarte is a stylish cafe that bakes its bread, pastries and cakes on site every morning.The pavement in front is broad with mature trees and provides a pleasant setting for some outdoor tables...
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