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54 Brooks Mews
It’s now an international brand, but correspondents say London’s iteration of this Nice-inspired restaurant is superior for its light, fresh dishes. With a well-established buzz and a pale, clean-lined dining room splashed with colours of the Med, La Petite Maison “always feels special”. Starters double as small sharing plates that are true to their regional roots: a table laden with pissaladière, “fabulous” seafood carpaccio, sweet peppers in olive oil, sliced octopus and feta-topped ratatouille makes a transporting lunch. Mains might be duck glazed with orange, roast monkfish with spicy chickpeas or grilled lamb cutlets with smoked aubergine, while flourishes such as the fresh almonds served with a fillet of halibut show that the kitchen takes care with the details. Desserts may not reinvent the wheel, but warm chocolate mousse with malt ice cream will do just fine. In line with the food, wine prices exhibit a degree of ambition. “I could eat here every day”, confesses one fan.
54 Brooks Mews
Bond Street Tube Station 292m
Oxford Circus Tube Station 473m
Fenwick of Bond Street 109m
Mon-Sun 12N-2.30pm 6-10.30pm (Sun -9.30pm)
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Food + drink: 4
Unprofessional and worst customer experience for regular customer at what supposedly a fine dining restaurant
I had a reservation at 9 pm earlier tonight and I arrived at 8:45 however the table wasn’t ready yet, at 9:02 i asked the lady who’s responsible for reservations that if our table was ready yet, she said “you have to be patient and it’s a favor of me to give you a table” even though my hotel who was responsible of getting me the reservation, then suddenly started to lecture me about islam and patience in islam i told her that I don’t care about that argument now, then she told me if u dont, u r happy to leave and points her hand to the door, i asked for a duty manager and he totally support her claims and starts asking me are you Happy to stay with us, I decided thanks but no thanks
This is my 4th visit to La Petite Maison, this time with 4 colleagues. I like the "sharing" concept in restaurants and even the "make your own tomato salad" from the ingredients on the table, a nice touch while eating their delicious baguette. We had lentil salad (with apple), octopus carpaccio, marinated beetroot salad, beef carpaccio, crab and lobster salad, salmon and guacamole, fried squid, roast monkfish with a spicy chickpea tomato sauce, veal parpadelle, duck glazed with orange, rib eye and lamb cutlets a few sides. We finished up with a lemon sorbet with a shot of vodka poured over. We couldn't and didn't want to move after all that food, but the next sitting had arrived. Every dish was superb, my guests said it was the best meal they had eaten in a very long time. I will be back when expenses or my bank balance allows.
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