22nd Aug 2011
French cuisine has always been a hot favorite for Londoners. It is not only with the Londoners that French cuisine has been an all time favorite, but† most of the food lovers around the world loves to taste French food and wine while they are out to dine. In this article, we would be providing you the names of the top three French restaurants in UK and around London.
If you are new in London, this article might help you to find some good French food and wine. We have selected Savoir Faire, Mon Plasir and The Little French Restaurant as a guide to taste some of the best and authentic French cuisine.† Letís start with Savoir Faire first. The USP of Savoir Faire is that it is not a typical commercial French restaurant but a family owned restaurant.
Savoir Faire restaurant began its journey in 1995. The family cooks and bakes everything for their guests. Whether it is bread, sauces, pates or desserts, the family makes all these at their own premises and they do not use any kind of preservatives, flavor enhancers or precooked food to offer an authentic French taste. They source their wines from some of the finest French vineyards. Some of the most authentic French cuisine served at this restaurant includes Rib Eye Steak served with Homemade Bearnaise Sauce, Aberdeen Angus Sirloin Steak served with Black Pepper Butter, Chicken Supreme with Juniper and White wine Tagliatelle and many more mouthwatering delicacies.
Mon Plaisir is the oldest French restaurant in London as well as in the list of the well known UK restaurants. Since its birth, the restaurant has been serving authentic and delicious French cuisine to french food lovers in London. Mon Plaisir has begun its journey more than a half century ago. The ambience of the restaurant is French and even the waiters have French accents. The décor of the restaurant is typical French and the bar is pewter topped. Some of the menus that you can enjoy for dinner may include Marinated Herring, 'Ratte' Potato Salad, Breast of Guinea Fowl glazed Beaufort cheese, and Smoked Haddock, Poached Egg, Grainy Mustard Sauce. For desserts, you may try their Chocolate Tart or Raspberry Muffin.
As the name suggests, The Little French restaurant is a cozy little restaurant which has a very reasonable pricing too. The Little French Restaurant is famous for good food, great ambience and excellent wines. The restaurant has a certain home coming feeling where you feel totally at ease and relaxed. With an environment like that and reasonable price tags, The Little French restaurant is quite a hit among the regular patrons. Some of their delicacies are Breast of chicken, with wild mushroom duxelle stuffing, served with mild Dijon mustard sauce, and Braised lamb, with fresh herbs, little red wine and rosemary, wrapped in puff pastry, baked in the oven, and served with sauce demi-glace.