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French born Marc Kuzma AKA Claire de Lune, has created a traditional French Brasserie menu with a few modern twists. Claire has decorated the venue with fabulous imported wall papers, antiques and chic furniture. Business partner, Valentin has hand picked a team of charming professional french waiters and waitresses... Upstairs is le salon, a cosy private mezzanine, you can reserve exclusively for up to 50 guests for sit down dinner or up to 80 for a cocktail party. "Bringing a little French style to the Paris end of Oxford street"
The cold cuts were excellent. The duck pie was rich and tasty. We both thought the beef with a truffle mash was brilliant. We could it fit in the very interesting desserts but decided we could fit in a sorbet with vodka. This was a...More
Date of visit: June 2019
ClairedeLune2010, Owner at Claires kitchen at le Salon, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
There’s a collective intake of breath in the intimate dining room when everyone opens their menus. Fanning out like piano accordions, each menu’s glowing white light captures guests’ faces in a state of childlike wonder as they scratch their heads and wonder what it is...More
I held a media lunch here for twenty journalists however we had twenty four turn up - unusual to be oversubscribed for an event! Marc and Adrian were so accommodating in regards to this and everything. They made holding the event so easy. Nothing was...More
Had never heard of Claires Kitchen but found it on tripadvisor. We had a 3 course meal and every dish was amazing. Loved the french onion soup and the beef cheek (special) and the pork fillets. All rich in flavour and perfectly cooked. We will...More
Date of visit: May 2019
ClairedeLune2010, Owner at Claires kitchen at le Salon, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you so much, a pleasure having you at Claire's
Went for a family dinner we all had a good time it’s nice and quiet so that everyone can hear each other talk. The food is very good just the meat was a little over cooked. Besides that everything else was good. And the staff...More
My husband surprised me for my birthday and took me to Claire's Kitchen at le Salon.
We love French cuisine and this restaurant was one that I have yet to visit - I wasn't disappointed.
On arrival we were greeted with warm and friendly smiles...More
My partner and I couldn't fault this experience. We love French dining and we were not disappointed. The ambience was great, service was flawless and food sensual flavors popped between refined to delicate to hearty depending on the meal we had. All up it cost...More
Very nice fine dining restaurant with well-executed traditional French cuisine. Good wine list of French wines. All of the staff seem to be French; how do they do that? A very pleasant old fashioned evening.
Le Salon Dada at Claire’s Kitchen is an amazing experience. The attention to detail was outstanding. The over 3 hour experience was one of the most interesting happenings I have had in Sydney in a long time. The food is exceptional, the service superb and...More
Date of visit: April 2019
ClairedeLune2010, Owner at Claires kitchen at le Salon, responded to this reviewResponded April 9, 2019
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