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We recently enjoyed a lunch at Pied a Terre in Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia. As my wifes birthday fell on a Monday this year, it required a little more research to find somewhere open on Mondays. Luckily Pied a Terre, somewhere we have passed numerous times and have been meaning to visit, was not only open on Monday lunch time, but also had a 6 course tasting menu available for Â£49 a head.We started with a selection of canapes, with stand outs being a battered mussel, a salty crunchy delight of a bite, and a wonderful flavour rich celeriac panna cotta for my wife. We tried a few breads including an excellent brioche...
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I recently ventured out for a spot of Michelin star dining, as one does. The restaurant of choice was Pied a Terre, which I think is French for “the Frenchest restaurant you will ever go to, in your life, ever”. Yes, Pied a Terre is probably Frencher than actual France is. The staff are carved entirely of garlic, the tables rest atop giant baguettes and if you look closely you will see that the walls have been painstakingly constructed of thousands of compressed snails. This isn’t true, but it gives you some idea as to exactly how French this restaurant is. Very French. The head chef, Marcus Eaves, is not French,...
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Pied à Terre is a Michelin starred restaurant in Fitzrovia – all the good places are in Fitzrovia these days! It’s owned by David Moore (you might remember him from the TV series The Restaurant with Raymond Blanc) who also owns Michelin starred L’Autre Pied and the new pop-up Pieds Nus in the old Roganic site, both in Marylebone.I first visited the restaurant a few years ago when it had two stars under head chef Shane Osborne and I remember it being one of the most enjoyable meals I’ve eaten. I was looking forward to seeing if it was just as good with the new head chef Marcus Eaves at the helm...
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Boasting a lunch time deal that is reputedly ‘the best value Michelin star menu in London’ conjured up by Head Chef Marcus Eaves and his team, the term ‘pied a terre’ is given by the French to a small second home in the city – if the welcome, service and our leisurely and extended stay was anything to go by, it certainly lived true to its name. My companions and I...
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