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When you enter, you are greeted by fun wall paintings a la 1890’s Gay Paree. The service is friendly attentive as well.
Alas, the food falls short. I had the beef bourguignon and the beef was dry and over cooked. The apples in the tarte...More
We were on our way to a Saturday matinee and were trying to avoid the busy Shaftesbury Ave outlets. We spotted this whilst waiting to cross the road and to be honest weren’t over impressed by the outside, but the menu looked good and a...More
We came here for lunch after spending the morning at the British Museum. Only about a two minute walk from the museum, it was a lovely respite from the crowds of tourists we had encountered all morning. All of our entrees were tasty, and they...More
Recently in London for a couple of days and spotted this cosy French Bistro.
The food was fabulous and the house wine was good too. Very friendly waitress who coped very well whilst being very busy. Sat next to a charming couple over from the...More
We went to a matinee performance and then to Savoir Faire for dinner. We arrived in time to benefit from the pre-theatre menu (cheaper for two courses before 7pm). Food arrived quickly and was plentiful and hot. Great value.
I had lunch with my family here and we ordered starters and a main dish each. The food was amazing and the staff was great, too. We decided to go for desserts. We took different sorts. That was not a good decision. Sweets is not...More
My husband and I had a lovely meal here. We had mussels and pate for starters which were both lovely. However, the mussels were a bit overpowering a little too much garlic. Unfortunately it kept coming back on me later on in the evening which...More
12 of us had lunch here. We had our own waiter who was very attentive. The choice of starters and main courses off the set menu were excellent and satisfied all our tastes. The food was served hot and on time. The pate starter and...More
Nice restaurant in a great location with surprisingly an abundance of tables at dinner time. Have a nice deal for two courses. The starters were good but not great. Definitely recommend the grilled mussels.
The main courses (I tried the lamb and partner had duck)...More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.