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As an elder statesman among the capital's gastronomic hierarchy, Pied à Terre promises diners a vintage blend of velvety chic, clean lines and contemporary verve with a low-key edge. The intimate townhouse location speaks of civility and refinement, though it's all change in the kitchen, with Marcus Eaves now at Oblix and Andy McFadden returning after a stint at sibling L'Autre Pied. He comes with Michelin-starred pedigree, and his menus tell a story of fastidious sourcing and fine-tuned technique: a salad of tomatoes with marinated Scottish scallops, cucumber, gremolata and black olive; Ibérico pork loin with white anchovy, hummus, apricot gel, chickpea and cumin falafel; pistachio parfait with morello cherry sorbet, black cherries, chocolate crisps and pistachio crumb. Attention to detail here is exemplary, from the pristine table settings to the "superb" sommelier and his fabulous international wine list. As a final fillip, the competitively priced set menu is just perfect for an "intimate lunch in quiet surroundings".

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    The Food Judge :: Pied àTerre. Fitzrovia fine dining for fans of finesse. | The Food Judge

    So I am charged with finding a Michelin-starred restaurant at short notice, to fill the Robuchon-sized gap and don’t you start on the whole Michelin thing – I know. I do the OpenTable scroll of desperation and decide I don’t want to go to The Square, or Hibiscus again and then something deep in my subconscious makes Pied à Terre float to the surface. Sometimes something has been there for so long that you don’t even think about it; the bright lights of all those new openings make you blind to the bleedingly obvious.
    And I have always meant to try Pied à Terre. I’d been to L’Autre Pied a few times early on,...
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    ivy eats again. :: Pied à Terre, London | ivy eats again.

    I have a long list of restaurants that I want to go to. It gets longer by the week with so many new openings. Pied à Terre is a one michelin starred restaurant, surprisingly it is not on my top of the list to go. Pied à Terre is the "bigger" sister restaurant to L'autre Pied which I visited earlier in the year and I had a great experience there. With Marcus Eaves as the head chef, I had high expectations, especially after L'autre Pied.


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    TheFoodaholic :: Pied a Terre

    It still amazes me just how many new restaurants are opening in London right now and there’s still no sign of it slowing down. Gone are the days of seeking our hidden side streets for bespoke clothing, handmade trinkets or a vintage record shop – now you’ll just find restaurant. It’s not a question of will the dining scene crash, instead we should be asking ourselves – when. With that said one thing we need to remember as Londoners is that some restaurants were here first and they still are – serving outstanding food which is miles better than any of the hipster owned outlets which make you queue up outside in the...
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    SilverSpoon London :: SilverSpoon London Perfect Plates at Pied

    Restaurants in London are always opening and closing; I’ll visit a restaurant and six months later it’ll be closed with a new one in its place. But really good restaurants stand the test of time which is why Pied à Terre has been on the same site in Charlotte Street for 25 years. I visited the restaurant about seven years ago, but I was returning tonight to try the fantastic Michelin-starred food once again.
    Now a restaurant with at least five varieties of bread will always win points for me and the selection was incredible. Highlights for me were a deliciously salty focaccia with rosemary and the swirly...
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Essential Details for Pied à Terre

  • Cuisine: French
  • Area: Bloomsbury Fitzrovia
  • Price: £66.00
  • Wine: £21.00
  • Champagne: £68.00
  • Lunch: £24.50/32 for two/three courses
  • Private Dining: 12

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