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This proper bistrot on Bermondsey St opened in 2013 is as French as it can get, in a delightful way: checkered tablecloths, bistro chairs (what else?), vintage posters and fleur-de-lis wallpaper (oui oui).

That day on Sylvain Soulard’s chalkboard menu, the generous rillettes to share were co-starring with the pissaladière to kick off. Then classic and authentic bistrot dishes like turbot, parsley risotto and Noilly-Prat sauce or veal sirloin steak with cauliflower gratin felt just right, before ending on a high sweet note with the mille-feuille or the chocolate mousse. As you had already guessed, wine glasses also toasted in original soundtrack.

Valentine Benoist with Charles-Henry Salmon

Siblings: Pique-Nique

How much?
Starters: £8.50-10
Mains: £20.50 – Puddings: £6.50-7.50
Wine: glass from £4, bottle from £24

Monday-Saturday 12-10pm, Sunday 12-5pm
109 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB
London Bridge, Borough, Bermondsey
Reservation: yes
+44 (0)20 7407 2140

Deviled pork shoulder, mashed potatoes