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Les Deux Salons, London

42 William IV Street, London, WC2N 4DD, UK
Les Deux Salons Review
5 Star Rating
9 December 2015Les Deux SalonsTags: London, UK, French reviewsThe Bill: £56 per head

Les Deux Salons brings a touch of Parisian glamour to London, and is set over two levels. On the lower level you will find their more casual bistro, while on the upper level you will find their fine dining restaurant. This floor is beautifully designed throughout, there are tables overlooking William IV Street in Covent Garden, and some tables situated under a wonderful glass roof. This level is the perfect setting to enjoy an evening of fine food. The service was faultless, we do not have a bad word to say about the entire experience.

While browsing the menu we shared a plate of Jambon Noir de Bigorre along with two glasses of Besserat de Bellefon Rosé, a pale pink champagne with salmon highlights and strong hints of red berries.

To begin we ordered Brixham Crab with Smoked Salmon, Sevruga Caviar and Crab Crackers. A well presented dish, the Salmon was superb. We also sampled Foie Gras Terrine with Guanaja Chocolate, Sauterness Jelly, Truffle and Toasted Brioche. Another splendid range of flavours, each of which was a joy to experience.

“Les Deux Salons brings a touch of Parisian glamour to London.”

Moving on, we ordered Butter-Roasted Dover Sole with Grenobloise. Another superb dish, the flavours and presentation were faultless. My partner ordered Loin of Tweed Valley Venison, with Malted Jerusalem Artichoke Puree, Barley and Caramelised Onion. The Venison was cooked just how we like it, and the Artichoke puree really complimented the dish. We added sides of New Potatoes and Chantenay Carrots, every dish was prepared with a high level of care and we managed to send our plates back empty.

For dessert we shared the Tour de Pistachio with a Passion Fruit Sorbet, a great choice to finish off our evening. Our wine choice was a bottle of Chateau Mourgues du Gres, Terre d’Argence, 2011. A splendid French wine with a full-bodied, dark fruit flavour and some complex notes on the palate.

We had an excellent evening from start to finish. The staff looked after us very well, and each dish that was brought out was superbly presented and the flavours were well executed. There isn’t anything I would change from our evening, and we will be dropping into Les Deux Salons again next time we’re in the Covent Garden area.

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