I challenge anyone to review Les Trois Garcons without making reference to the interior. While you may think being surrounded by stuffed animals threatened with extinction would ruin the appetite you'd be wrong. The taxidermy and excessive trimmings - astutely described in the PR blurb as "Baroque courtesan's parlour meets Parisian antique market" - is more homely than horrendous. And the food is equally surprising. The kitchen-as-laboratory is a genre that has rapidly gained substance (largely thanks to Heston Blumenthal) and that's the secret of the success in the kitchen here. Typical dishes include seared Landes foie gras with plum compote and Granny Smith apple to start followed by Red Mullet with aubergine caviar, celery, chorizo and saffron sauce. You'll find this popular place is regularly packed so expect a busy, riot of a place and a memorable night out.
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19-29 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, E2
1 minutes away from Les Trois Garcons
Michael and Rick Mast, the brothers behind Mast Brothers Chocolate, bring their artisanal chocolates from Brooklyn to London's equivalent district, the original hipster hangout, Shoreditch. They ...More