Claude's Kitchen

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"VERY GOOD"

2 reviews

51 Parsons Green, London , London, SW6 4JA

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020 7371 8517

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SquareMeal Review of Claude's Kitchen

22

"VERY GOOD"

Squaremeal London Hot 100 2016Canny Claude Compton has struck exactly the right chord with his quietly brilliant little bistro above the Amuse Bouche Champagne bar. The low-lit, low-key ambience might be more rive gauche than haute cuisine, but the upcycled furniture, stripped floors and chirpy staff belie the ambition behind the pass. The kitchen has plenty of fun with flavour and texture on its weekly menu, pairing squid and seared tuna with confit lemon, hemp seeds and herbaceous lovage foam or introducing vanilla notes into a pretty plate of smoked eel, dressed with grated horseradish and wispy fennel tops. Desserts also turn heads – perhaps blackberry and fig, with quark soft cheese, porridge tart and lavender flowers. The fact that it manages to pull off these dishes is testament to serious talent and lightness of touch, as well as inventiveness. If that sounds sufficiently colourful and brilliant, we recommend considering the excellent-value tasting menu, with its on-point wine pairings.

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Claude's Kitchen Location

51 Parsons Green, London , London SW6 4JA

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020 7371 8517

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Opening times

Tues-Sat 6-10pm

Claude's Kitchen's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 8.5

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Service: 7.0

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Atmosphere: 7.0

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Value: 8.0

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Food + drink: 5

Service: 5

Atmosphere: 5

Value: 5

09 March 2018

Six of us came here for dinner last night. We enjoyed a great meal and in particular would recommend the main course of chateaubriand for two, the pork fillet or the monkfish. We had an excellent Bordeaux to accompany the main courses and thoroughly enjoyed the puddings on offer - namely the deconstructed rhubarb crumble and the chocolate tart. First courses were light and outstanding too. The restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere and the staff were efficient and attentive. We will definitely return! Thank you to everyone who looked after us so well.

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 2

Atmosphere: 2

Value: 3

Silver Reviewer
08 December 2017

I used to love this place but last week had a terrible meal with poor inexperienced service. The lamb's neck was a disaster - served like a fillet and not stewed, resulting in something inedible. Lets hope this was a one off.

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