Gazette Putney
Gazette Putney
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About Gazette Putney

Sink into the spirit of GAZETTE ….

From the best beef tartare in town, made at your table, to the “12 snails“ platter and some great classics, everything in our kitchen is cooked on site by our people, we make our own terrines, our own sauces, with ingredients sourced from trusted suppliers that have worked with Chef Pascal Even for decades.

Prepare for great surprises on each visit as we keep you entertained with plenty of events during the year celebrating seasonal ingredients and classics of French cuisine from every corners of France.

We are French, but we are also Londoners and our teams reflect that wonderful multiculturality, we try to share with all our waiting staff a sense of kindness and conviviality, as we welcome you into our home.

Note that our menus are changed regularly, giving us the freedom to naturally follow the season’s availability and offer an exciting selection of ‘plats du jour’.

A bientôt!

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Average Price
££££ - Under £30
Central European, French

Location for Gazette Putney

79 Sherwood Court Chatfield Road, London, London, SW11 3UY

020 7223 0999


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14 February 2014  
I have never before posted a review but I felt that this experience warranted comment… Having been a regular (and very happy) customer at Gazette Battersea, I decided to book the new Gazette Putney for a meal for my husband and I. We had high expectations based on our experiences of the fantastic SW11 restaurant but our overall experience was appalling to say the least. We were seated at our table and then waited almost 20 minutes for someone to come and take our drinks order. When the waitress finally arrived, we were made to feel like she was doing us a favour in being there. We ordered wine (which was actually very good) and some water – which didn't arrive until we had asked for it again and then again. The scallops (starter) were cooked to within an inch of their life. The beef (main course) was fatty and overcooked with a piece of cremated foie gras perched on top and we, along with both tables either side of us, questioned where the promised potato element was – it turned out to be the grey, soggy mound underneath the steak. But the trio of desserts really took the biscuit (pardon the pun) – a raw giant macaroon, a pot of very sour creamy dessert and a rubbery slab of set pudding rice with some very dry mint nondescript fruit on top. At this stage we decided we had to say something so we spoke to the restaurant manager. Unfortunately, he seemed to be more interested in handing out stems of red roses to the other diners than listening to our (very polite and gracious) complaint. His response was ‘ no one else has complained this evening’ which probably says more about our reluctance as a nation to stand up and complain than the poor quality of the food and service – we witnessed couples at other tables looking at their desserts with a sense of trepidation and finally disappointment. My advice, give this place a wide berth and spend your hard-earned cash elsewhere.
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