La Rascasse

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At La Rascasse French Restaurant & Bar located in Beckenham, we pride ourselves on our friendly, professional service and the quality of our food provided by our French Chef, who brings the flavours of Provence to you.<br>

With choices from Oystes, Seafood Platters and Sea Bass to Angus Fillet, Venison and Lamb, together with daily changing specials, there truly is
something for everyone. On Sundays you could sample the popular Three Course Sunday Lunch which is available from noon until 9.30pm. <br>
A perfect venue for entertaining with a winning combination of fine dining in the Restaurant together with an ideal place to have fun in the bar. The lively bar serves food all day, ranging from delicious Baguettes and Salads to grilled Lamb Cutlets and Home-made Burgers. There is also a Patio Garden with an exclusive VIP area available for hire. La Rascasse is a friendly place for an intimate meal or a party with friends that should not be missed.

Venue name: La Rascasse
Address: 63 High Street London
Price: £25 and under

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I went to La Rascasse last weekend for some lunch, and to catch some vitamin d - this place has a lovely outside bit at the back. It wasn't too crowded for a Saturday, and not like a morgue either. The food is very reasonably priced, and they even do a set menu offer - two courses for £8. The interior is a bit on the small side, but the outside seating area was comfortable and the atmosphere was very chilled out. I had a couple of starters - because I'd spent my budget on wine - about £17 for a bottle, but the goats cheese tart was a total winner for me. I'd never been here before, but I would go back. The staff were attentive and upbeat - even though they forgot to bring one of my starters, this was soon sorted out. It's a great place to come if you don't want to hemorrhage cash, but want to something tasty to nibble on.