49 "French" Restaurants in London.
If you’re looking for live music, lobster, and a seriously OTT dinner, then Quaglino’s is the place to be.
A warm, buzzing brasserie, the food at Balthazar can be hit or miss, but it’s perfect for a touch of old school charm in Covent Garden.
Predictably, the East London Liquor Co. serve great cocktails. But, plot twist, they also do top chicken from Royale.
Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square is a 5-star hotel in near The Tower of London in the City.
The Gallery at Sketch is a Mayfair restaurant with the most photographed toilets in London. It also serves stupidly expensive and inedible food.
The Drunken Butler is a French and Persian inspired restaurant in Clerkenwell making both refined and comforting food in an arty and homely room.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
Bob Bob Cité is a ridiculously over the top, luxury City brasserie where you’re set for great French food and a bloody good time.
Brasserie Zédel is a classic all-day brasserie in Soho, serving affordable steak frites in a huge, beautiful space.
Soutine on St. John’s Wood High Street serves French-ish classics in an environment that could feel like a theme restaurant but is kind of nice.
The French House is a legendary Soho drinking institution that serves simple classics in its upstairs dining room.
La Crêperie de Hampstead is a near legendary grab and go spot on Hampstead High Street, serving savoury and sweet crepes for very little money.
Colbert is a seriously French all-day brasserie on Sloane Square, with one of the area’s best terraces for when the weather permits.