Named after a beach in southern France, Truc Vert’s laid-back, café vibe is a relaxed anomaly in Grosvenor Square’s formal orbit, but don’t imagine it stretches to sunbeds & surfing bums. Instead expect Gallic rusticity, rickety schoolroom furniture, racks of wine, shelves of provisions & masses of greenery, indoors & out. Lunch is custom-built for grab-a-bite shoppers & office workers, with daily quiches (smoked salmon with broccoli, spring onion & feta) & an array of jazzed-up salads (a combo of steamed cauliflower, new potatoes, carrot & olive salsa, say). Come twilight, tables are clothed & the lights go down as the kitchen moves into bistro mode for the likes of duck confit with red cabbage & roasted onions. Wine is honestly priced, making those alfresco tables eminently attractive for a drink or two.
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