Few localities suit a neighbourhood Champagne bar quite like Parsons Green. Burberry-clad couples, sharp-suited bankers and the odd Made in Chelsea cast member all gather here to be seen through large concertina windows. With its stripped-back walls and low-hanging lights, Amuse Bouche also cuts it as an informal and upbeat spot to quaff high-class bubbly. Prices start at £34 for a Charles Vercy Brut NV and shoot all the way up to £450 for a magnum of 2002 Dom Pérignon, via the usual big-name Bollingers and Taittingers. A handful of rosés offer something different, as does a selection of classic Champagne cocktails. Chorizo and red-onion buns are on hand to counteract all those bubbles – but the real foodie action takes place upstairs in Claude’s Kitchen.
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