The name pretty much says it all at this Greenwich bar/bistro – the third from reputable champagne importer French Bubbles and artisan cheesemonger Une Normande à Londres. Fizz and fromage are two of France’s favourite things and visitors will be amply rewarded with a vast selection of bubbles and a 50-strong list of soft and hard cheeses. If fromage isn’t your thing, the menu also includes everything from tartines and duck confit to charcuterie boards and macarons. To drink, there are wines from Bordeaux and beers from Brockley.
SEPTEMBER 2019: We’ve added Stevie Parle’s Craft London (part restaurant, part cocktail bar, part café) and Vietnamese newbie Queen du Vietnam, as well as Heap’s Sausage Café – for lovers of artisan bangers. Meanwhile, fans of tea and cake should check out the quirky Red Door café and Royal Teas (one for the veggies).
The Greenwich restaurant scene marries the charm of inglenook eateries with the high quality of London fine dining. The riverside area offers a slice of village life without leaving the big smoke. We pick our favourites in the Time Out guide to the best restaurants in Greenwich.
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