Le Saint Julien restaurant in London's coolest Clerkenwell does the traditional French brasserie thing with charm and warmth. Established 6 years ago, visited by locals and turists as well, if you like to have a bussines lunch or just enjoy a nice evening with friend, everybody is welcome. When it comes to décor, Le Saint Julien pulls out all the stops – mirrors, gilt finishes, elegant period lighting, traditional wooden bar. The menu does the French cuisine classics and does them very well indeed,like fish soup, foie gras, snails, duck cassoulet, entrecote all in generous portions. Le Saint Julien's cheese board is superb while the wine list,mostly French and pourquoi pas, complements the menu beautifully. Don't
be surprised if owner, François Jobard, from Provence stops by your table to say bonjour and personally make sure that all is well.
|Venue name:||Le Saint Julien||Contact:|
62-63 Long Lane
|Price:||£26 to £40|
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