Despite changing hands, this French brasserie and its Gallic classics are still a hit with the pre-theatre crowds.
This two-floor Covent Garden restaurant and bar is now owned by Prescott & Conran - the group behind Boundary, Lutyens and the Albion venues, in Shoreditch and Bankside.
Over the spring and summer of 2015 it closed for an extensive refurbishment and has now reopened with an (expensive) restaurant and (more affordable) brasserie menu. The look remains very much French brasserie, with an updated menu of Gallic classics that ranges from steak tartare, fish soup and moules marinières to îles flottantes and crème brûlée – plus daily and regional specials. There are express pre- and post-theatre menus, too.
The global wine list offers 25 red and 25 whites, all available either by the bottle or by the carafe, with around a third available by the glass. Craft beers and ciders also feature, with six options taking in the US, Sweden, Edinburgh, Somerset and France. Classic cocktails are given a twist.
|Venue name:||Les Deux Salons||Contact:|
40-42 William IV Street
|Opening hours:||Meals served noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Charing Cross or Leicester Square|
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