‘Slightly quirky' and squirreled away down a non-descript alleyway, Chabrot lives and breathes la vie parisienne with striped teacloths on the tables, monochrome photos and some ‘great' regional wines – although it doesn't feel the least bit contrived or touristy. Service (often from the owner himself) is personable and personal, with a great deal of respect for the finer points – the best sort of Gallic attention. The food is also exactly what you'd hope to find, and it's done to a standard that almost makes you forgive the SW1 prices. Stay with the democratic staples – home-cured salmon, Bayonne ham, confit duck, veal paillard with sage – or look for the big guns on the menu: ‘the best pan-fried foie gras ever', côte de boeuf, or whole sea bass baked in salt.
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