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My sister and I have been coming here since the year dot! It serves the best kir in London. Full of regulars and ‘colourful’ people who I assume live in the area. I wish I was one of them!, it certainly takes you away from...More
Really bad experience.. been served by velvet dress miserable young girl, no smiles, no thank you, no education.
At this point I didn't really care, not all places can have proper staff apparently.
The bad experience happened when she touched my gf shoulder telling her...More
I've been going here for a few years now with a well known family friend there, the bar is small but that's the best part and upstairs is nice and cozy, the food is amazing fresh mussels every day, and the wine selection is amazing....More
I went to this pub on a crowded Friday night with some friends hoping to have a few drinks and a good time. Our time at the French House ended very abruptly as I was approached by a tall man who asked me to come...More
Worst service ever by a bartender named: Maxine. She was rude, obnoxious and out of line to me and a client I invited, who was visiting from out of town. We ordered 3 rounds of beers and at the third round she said to him...More
Always busy, always something happening, chatty, friendly, enigmatic, arty crowd.
Beers, French wines and ciders.
Great little snug tables upstairs and down, windows open in the summer, on Stewart drinking/smoking area.
French flags flying.
As an aside, I'm particular about my gin and tonic and...More
I used to drink here back in the zeroes and liked its quirkyness if not the odd pretension of only selling halves. I drank wine as a consequence. The interior hadn't changed much, the photos of Bacon, Dudley Moore etc getting leathered are nicely assuring....More
Came here to meet a friend, had wanted to try it for a while. Went to the bar, the woman behind it couldn't manage any kind of smile and didn't even say one word to me!! No hello, how are you - nothing. Just a...More
After reading about this bar in TimeOut magazine, we thought we'd try it out on a Wednesday night. Great location right by the west end and a really trendy set-up over two floors. Cosy and arty vibe to the place with really cool decor. The...More
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