Legendary Luncheon: Lunch Menu For Two At Michelin Starred Pied À Terre

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Legendary Luncheon: Lunch Menu For Two At Michelin Starred Pied À Terre

Fitzrovia, London

£120
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“a very serious, smart and professional joint that will delight those who take pleasure delight in Michelin luxury” Matthew Norman, The Guardian

Why we love it

One of London’s longest standing Michelin fine dining restaurants, Pied à Terre has offered the highest standards in sophisticated Modern French cuisine since 1991. Awarded a coveted Michelin star just thirteen months after opening, the intimate West End restaurant has gained some of the highest gastronomic awards and accolades possible. With a reputation for perfectly executed dishes and impeccable service, Pied à Terre’s lunch tasting menu will delight the most fervent foodie.

What's Included?

  • Savour a lunch menu each at Michelin Starred Pied à Terre
  • Tailor your lunch menu by selecting either a six-course tasting menu or a menu with wine
  • For the six-course tasting menu, choose two starters and two main courses before your cheese and dessert course
  • For the three-course menu, choose your starter, main and dessert which comes with half a bottle of wine per person, water, tea and coffee with petits fours
  • Both menus include a selection of canapes and freshly baked bread

Description

Standing on London’s Charlotte Street, Pied à Terre is a Fitzrovia institution. Opening in 1991, the French fine dining restaurant has been under the guidance and creative direction of restauranteur David Moore since its conception. David can regularly be seen ‘Front of House’ in Pied à Terre. His impeccable front of house management skills has taken him as far as Louis XV in Monaco and La Belle Otero in France. David’s unwavering vision for Pied à Terre is predominantly classic French with a modern twist, which can be felt through the restaurant’s unassuming decor and imaginative menu.

Though David has remained a constant, the chefs to grace Pied à Terre's kitchen has changed, all being of a suitably high caliber; Richard Neat, Tom Aikens, Shane Osborn, Marcus Eaves and Andy McFadden. Today the kitchen is run by Asimakis Chaniotis, who brings an atmosphere of calm, measured efficiency, and a Greek touch to the restaurant’s Modern French cuisine. Inspired by his upbringing in Athens, Asimakis’ passion for fresh produce and creativity shines through in his fresh and flavourful dishes.

Boasting a private dining area and bar on the second floor, Pied à Terre restaurant radiates both style and approachability. For your lunch, choose between a six-course tasting menu or a three-course menu, the latter being accompanied by a bottle of wine to share. Starters available include Poached Hen’s Egg, Whipped Goat’s Cheese Curd, Pickled Beetroots and Alexander Oil, while the main courses on offer include Scottish Beef Onglet, Crispy Polenta, Assiette of Turnips and Back Curry. The cuisine is both simple and inventive, with care and attention to detail as the focus. There's no questioning why this restaurant has held a Michelin star for over 25 years.

Description

Standing on London’s Charlotte Street, Pied à Terre is a Fitzrovia institution. Opening in 1991, the French fine dining restaurant has been under the guidance and creative direction of restauranteur David Moore since its conception. David can regularly be seen ‘Front of House’ in Pied à Terre. His impeccable front of house management skills has taken him as far as Louis XV in Monaco and La Belle Otero in France. David’s unwavering vision for Pied à Terre is predominantly classic French with a modern twist, which can be felt through the restaurant’s unassuming decor and imaginative menu.

Though David has remained a constant, the chefs to grace Pied à Terre's kitchen has changed, all being of a suitably high caliber; Richard Neat, Tom Aikens, Shane Osborn, Marcus Eaves and Andy McFadden. Today the kitchen is run by Asimakis Chaniotis, who brings an atmosphere of calm, measured efficiency, and a Greek touch to the restaurant’s Modern French cuisine. Inspired by his upbringing in Athens, Asimakis’ passion for fresh produce and creativity shines through in his fresh and flavourful dishes.

Boasting a private dining area and bar on the second floor, Pied à Terre restaurant radiates both style and approachability. For your lunch, choose between a six-course tasting menu or a three-course menu, the latter being accompanied by a bottle of wine to share. Starters available include Poached Hen’s Egg, Whipped Goat’s Cheese Curd, Pickled Beetroots and Alexander Oil, while the main courses on offer include Scottish Beef Onglet, Crispy Polenta, Assiette of Turnips and Back Curry. The cuisine is both simple and inventive, with care and attention to detail as the focus. There's no questioning why this restaurant has held a Michelin star for over 25 years.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available :

  • Monday to Friday, 12.00pm to 2.30pm

This experience is not available throughout December, on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian diets, please notify at the time of booking.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available :

  • Monday to Friday, 12.00pm to 2.30pm

This experience is not available throughout December, on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian diets, please notify at the time of booking.

What's Included?

  • Savour a lunch menu each at Michelin Starred Pied à Terre
  • Tailor your lunch menu by selecting either a six-course tasting menu or a menu with wine
  • For the six-course tasting menu, choose two starters and two main courses before your cheese and dessert course
  • For the three-course menu, choose your starter, main and dessert which comes with half a bottle of wine per person, water, tea and coffee with petits fours
  • Both menus include a selection of canapes and freshly baked bread

Why we love it

One of London’s longest standing Michelin fine dining restaurants, Pied à Terre has offered the highest standards in sophisticated Modern French cuisine since 1991. Awarded a coveted Michelin star just thirteen months after opening, the intimate West End restaurant has gained some of the highest gastronomic awards and accolades possible. With a reputation for perfectly executed dishes and impeccable service, Pied à Terre’s lunch tasting menu will delight the most fervent foodie. Read full description

Description

Standing on London’s Charlotte Street, Pied à Terre is a Fitzrovia institution. Opening in 1991, the French fine dining restaurant has been under the guidance and creative direction of restauranteur David Moore since its conception. David can regularly be seen ‘Front of House’ in Pied à Terre. His impeccable front of house management skills has taken him as far as Louis XV in Monaco and La Belle Otero in France. David’s unwavering vision for Pied à Terre is predominantly classic French with a modern twist, which can be felt through the restaurant’s unassuming decor and imaginative menu.

Though David has remained a constant, the chefs to grace Pied à Terre's kitchen has changed, all being of a suitably high caliber; Richard Neat, Tom Aikens, Shane Osborn, Marcus Eaves and Andy McFadden. Today the kitchen is run by Asimakis Chaniotis, who brings an atmosphere of calm, measured efficiency, and a Greek touch to the restaurant’s Modern French cuisine. Inspired by his upbringing in Athens, Asimakis’ passion for fresh produce and creativity shines through in his fresh and flavourful dishes.

Boasting a private dining area and bar on the second floor, Pied à Terre restaurant radiates both style and approachability. For your lunch, choose between a six-course tasting menu or a three-course menu, the latter being accompanied by a bottle of wine to share. Starters available include Poached Hen’s Egg, Whipped Goat’s Cheese Curd, Pickled Beetroots and Alexander Oil, while the main courses on offer include Scottish Beef Onglet, Crispy Polenta, Assiette of Turnips and Back Curry. The cuisine is both simple and inventive, with care and attention to detail as the focus. There's no questioning why this restaurant has held a Michelin star for over 25 years.

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Description

Standing on London’s Charlotte Street, Pied à Terre is a Fitzrovia institution. Opening in 1991, the French fine dining restaurant has been under the guidance and creative direction of restauranteur David Moore since its conception. David can regularly be seen ‘Front of House’ in Pied à Terre. His impeccable front of house management skills has taken him as far as Louis XV in Monaco and La Belle Otero in France. David’s unwavering vision for Pied à Terre is predominantly classic French with a modern twist, which can be felt through the restaurant’s unassuming decor and imaginative menu.

Though David has remained a constant, the chefs to grace Pied à Terre's kitchen has changed, all being of a suitably high caliber; Richard Neat, Tom Aikens, Shane Osborn, Marcus Eaves and Andy McFadden. Today the kitchen is run by Asimakis Chaniotis, who brings an atmosphere of calm, measured efficiency, and a Greek touch to the restaurant’s Modern French cuisine. Inspired by his upbringing in Athens, Asimakis’ passion for fresh produce and creativity shines through in his fresh and flavourful dishes.

Boasting a private dining area and bar on the second floor, Pied à Terre restaurant radiates both style and approachability. For your lunch, choose between a six-course tasting menu or a three-course menu, the latter being accompanied by a bottle of wine to share. Starters available include Poached Hen’s Egg, Whipped Goat’s Cheese Curd, Pickled Beetroots and Alexander Oil, while the main courses on offer include Scottish Beef Onglet, Crispy Polenta, Assiette of Turnips and Back Curry. The cuisine is both simple and inventive, with care and attention to detail as the focus. There's no questioning why this restaurant has held a Michelin star for over 25 years.

Opening Times

The lunch menu is served Monday to Friday, 12.00pm to 2.30pm

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available :

  • Monday to Friday, 12.00pm to 2.30pm

This experience is not available throughout December, on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian diets, please notify at the time of booking.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Legendary Luncheon: Lunch Menu For Two At Michelin Starred Pied À Terre

  • Add an extra guest +
    £60