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Fanfares and permanently engaged phone lines heralded the arrival of Balthazar – the hottest ticket in town and a deserved winner of the BMW… more »
Since hitting London in 2010, superstar Daniel Boulud has charmed the capital with his New York pizazz and metropolitan French cooking. Sporting… more »
Noisy bistro bonhomie reigns at French supremo Bruno Loubet’s breezy, ‘urban rustic’ gaff within the Zetter Hotel overlooking St John’s… more »
From the crisply ironed tablecloths to the epic cheese ‘chariot’ that gets wheeled out at the end of the meal, Boundary sets the Shoreditch… more »
It’s been a long while since the charismatic Eric Chavot quit the Michelin-starred world of Knightsbridge’s Capital Hotel, but he’s back… more »
Chris Corbin and Jeremy King’s jam-packed time-warp tribute to the opulent Parisian brasserie is almost universally adored – not least… more »
A little bastion of Gallic joie de vivre in the heart of touristy Banglatown (aka Brick Lane), Chez Elles is unreformed bistro through and through… more »
Coq d’Argent’s Bar & Grill has been given a slightly more formal look of late, with revamped seating mimicking the restaurant’s urbane… more »
Custom-built for ‘Chelsea’s new old guard’, this jam-packed recreation of a 1920s’ Parisian café is the pulsating heart of Sloane Square… more »
Hidden in an alley off busy Knightsbridge, this modest little place is the French restaurant of your dreams. Step inside and it’s a world… more »
Jam-packed, deafeningly noisy and yet irresistibly romantic, the Galvin brothers’ original hit fully lives up to its billing: ‘it ain’t… more »
The Galvin brothers’ quietly stylish Café a Vin is ‘like an old friend’, say fans who drop by regularly for a Francophile fix. In contrast… more »
Grimy Earls Court Road isn’t the most obvious choice for a refined Gallic brasserie, but veteran restaurateur Eric Garnier’s upbeat venue… more »
Pierre Koffmann has warmed up considerably since the haughty, glamorous days of La Tante Claire, and his approach to things is now more phlegmatic… more »
Part of a celebrated stable that also includes Arbutus and Wild Honey, this buzzy but opulent brasserie started well, but recent changes to… more »
Find your perfect French restaurant in London with Square Meal, offering a handpicked guide to the very best French restaurants in London to suit all tastes and budgets. French food is one of the most highly respected cuisines in the world, with many legendary chefs hailing from France, and can either be wonderfully rustic or beautifully elegant. Each region of France brings something to the table, from the sunny Mediterranean dishes of the Southern coast to the rich, rustic flavours of the more rural regions, with each area taking full advantage of its local produce.
London is simply full to the brim with great French restaurants, all featured here in Square Meal’s complete list of the best French restaurants in London. Visit classic French bistros and brasseries in London, with their rustic style menus full of classic French dishes or perhaps sample one of London’s best fine dining French restaurants where high end French cuisine is served in beautiful surroundings. If you really fancy the crème de la crème amongst French restaurants in the capital, London is lucky enough to boast some of the finest French restaurants in the world, ranging from 1 Michelin star right up to 3 Michelin stars.
Every one of the French restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top French restaurants have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today.
Every one of the French restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top French restaurants have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. As well as the restaurants on this page, we have listings for French restaurants in the West End (including Covent Garden,Mayfair and Soho), Central London and The City. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.