Les 110 de Taillevent

“When perfectly paired by-glass wines meet classy French food” - AA Inspector

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LONDON W1, LONDON POSTAL DISTRICTS

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Ornate high ceilings, tall windows, dark-green banquettes and a showpiece bar give this classy, low-lit wine-based outfit a romantic, high-end gloss. Sibling of much-worshipped Parisian restaurant with the same moniker, it offers diners 110 by-glass wines as part of its corking list that tops 1,500 bottles. Each dish is offered with four different wine pairings, in four different price brackets and measures (70ml or 125ml). Stellar chef Ross Bryans’ modern French roster comes underscored by a classical French theme and delivers in well-dressed, perfectly executed plates clean on flavour. High skill, flair and balance shine in dishes like sea-fresh Cornish turbot teamed with Jerusalem artichoke, peacock kale and headlining sauce Albufera, while a blackcurrant soufflé, with speculoos biscuit ice cream, wows with theatre and flavour. Charming service underpins all.

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3 Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence
Les 110 de Taillevent
16 Cavendish Sq, LONDON W1, LONDON POSTAL DISTRICTS, W1G 9DD

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