Les 110 de Taillevent is a French restaurant in the heart of Central London, minutes away from both Oxford Street and Bond Street stations in glamorous Marylebone. With pride of place on the edge of Cavendish Square, this smart French restaurant has a postcode to rival any restaurant in the capital.
Following the tradition of the legendary two Michelin-starred Taillevent in Paris, Les 110 de Taillevent in London offers both classic and modern French dishes along with a choice of perfectly paired wines by the glass.
High ceilings and tall windows create a grand sense of occasion in the dining room, helping the restaurant to feel light, bright and spacious during the day. On one side of the restaurant is a wooden bar and a series of taps, where a huge range of wines are available by the glass, including some fine wines that are rarely seen out of the bottle. In the evening, minimal decor, wooden tables and attentive service bring a smart, elegant, relaxed vibe to proceedings.
The menu features plenty in the way of luxury French cooking, with starters including chicken liver parfait with plum, hibiscus and brioche, and cured scallop with foie gras, truffle and sourdough. Main courses follow a similar approach of offering simple but bold flavours cooked with finesse - try squab pigeon with black salsify and raisin, or venison with parsnip, maitake mushroom and coffee.
Les 110 de Taillevent lays on a carefully curated cheese arrangement as well, so it's worth saving a bit of room for those, as well as desserts like black sesame with sesame ice cream, ginger snap and lemon mousse.
The 110 wines by the glass, along with a wine list of over 1,800 bins, can be enjoyed in the modern styled restaurant or on the al fresco terrace for lunch, dinner, drinks and private parties.