Opt for the tube over the Eurostar and pay a visit to Notting Hill’s Bloody French for bohemian bistro cookery. This popular bijous eatery has been drawing in both locals and Francophiles since 2007 and its classic décor of black painted walls and large shared tables fairly reeks of Parisian chic. Deeply and decadently rich traditional French dishes make up the petit but perfectly formed menu, including gratinee a l’oignon (onion soup) and a slowly braised lamb shank with vegetables and apricots. The restaurant’s policy on letting customers bring their own wine from Sunday through Tuesday and set price menus make Bloody French bloody good value. Mais oui, mon chéri!
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