Last Saturday I called my Team Manager for dinner. As he is from France, so I decided to order some French food. I was confused so referred dinein.co.uk for best French restaurants in my area and found Zoe Restaurant. Ordered through Dinein site and was happy from their instant delivery and packaging of food. The food was awesome and well appreciated by my Manager.
The content on this page is provided by a Time Out partner.
This bustling little restaurant on Upper Street in Islington is a bustling and cheerful French Mediterranean eatery with genuinely friendly staff and authentic, fresh food. Zoe is always busy whatever time of the day you visit, and the intimate dining room, which is decorated with tiled floors and blonde wooden furniture, is always buzzing with a jovial vibe. Everything from the fresh mint tea and baked bread to the reasonably priced menu make this a neighbourhood favourite, and Zoe is perfect for post-work, post-shopping and pre-theatre meals. The menu at Zoe showcases French Mediterranean flavours like parsley, saffron, garlic and lemon juice.
Live Music Tues-Thurs Evenings: 2 courses £16.95
Offer applies to Set Menu. 3 courses £20.
Offer valid until Mar 31 2014
Average User Rating
3 / 5
- 5 star:1
- 4 star:0
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
This restaurant was very very average for a few reasons and i'll try to order them as I had experienced them. Firstly the decor. Although this isn't very important in the grand scheme of things, it looks like a Chinese take-away and the bright florescent pink is a bit irritating when trying to enjoy an intimate french meal. The menu itself looks very impressive and ambitious but the actual delivery is disappointing. I ordered the triple baked brie souffle. When it arrived it looked like a Quiche, it tasted like a Quiche and had the consistency of a Quiche, there was the option of Quiche on the menu and if i'd wanted one i'd have ordered one. My main was the crispy pork belly, which was again, very average. Quite over done and smothered in peppercorn sauce which added nothing. I noticed that the owner of the restaurant and head waitor is also the owner and pharmacist of next doors pharmacy. Although he is very friendly and there is nothing wrong with pharmacists turning their hand at resturantering. The place did have an air of the 'anyone can run a restaurant idea' being that all you need is an impressive french menu, some cheap fake flowers, a candle and some waitresses dressed in black, and no one will notice the the quality of food being that of a ready-meal standard. There are better places to spend £50 in Angel.