Septime’s chic seafood bar is WILDLY popular – join the lively crowd sharing shellfish towers, tapas, small plates, natural wine, and craft beer & cocktails. Products are so fresh that the menu changes every single day.
Sisters Tatiana & Katia Levha’s brand new restaurant on the same street of their popular Le Servan is literally as hot as it gets – taking its sweet & spicy cues from their backgrounds in Manila, Hong Kong, Thailand & France.
I cannot get enough of Phil Euell and Chef Eseu Lee’s stripped down import-export shop. It is one of the most exciting places to eat & drink in Paris right now for Lee’s Asian-inspired sharing plates & natural wine. Every time I go, mind, blown.
One of my favourite wine bars in the entire world, P. Franco wine shop + bar is a fun destination for natural wine drinkers seeking great company to share delicious small plates & bottles. Voted Eater London’s Best Restaurant 2017.
It’s a party at fearless Chef-Owner-Founder Lee Tiernan’s fun industry hangout – expect 100% heavy metal attitude paired with bad ass rebellious wood-fired food, serious cocktails & juicy natural wines.
Melanie Arnold and Margot Henderson’s delicious nose-to-tail canteen is literally hiding in plain sight in a converted bike shed on the playground behind the old Rochelle School gates.
John Ogier and James Lowe’s past at St John Bread is a distant memory now as Lyle’s is a wildly popular food industry hangout and just awarded the #38 Best Restaurant in the World.
Sager + Wilde is adored by locals and industry people from around the world for its approachable, fun and friendly neighbourhood vibe.
The menu at Frenchie Covent Garden echoes its Parisian counterpart with simple yet generous dishes heavily influenced by Greg’s travels from London to New York through Spain and Hong Kong.
Elegant food in a relaxed formal setting
Chef Michael Anthony’s seasonal a la carte menu features beautiful rustic comfort food served in a casual setting – the seafood towers and craft cocktails are not to be missed.
Cyril Bordarier’s funky little place is wildly popular with food industry folk around the world, and visitors alike, for the affordable bottles of natural wine paired with classic French and Japanese-inspired plates.