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Comptoir Gascon

61-63 Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 6HJ +44 2081663618

(((() French
Main course: £18
Food spend: £45
Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 18:30 - 22:00

A very lovely evening. Food and service were both fantastic

Claire Levermore 11 October 2014
from London

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Holding a Michelin Bib Gourmand, Comptoir Gascon offers the finest French bistro creations, strongly influenced by bold flavours from south west France. The Comptoir Gascon deli is a rustic food hall with specialist French produce, including fine preserves, fresh bread and foie gras.

A gourmet food lover’s delight in the Smithfield area, Comptoir Gascon Farringdon is a relaxed and cosy dining retreat, named a ‘wonderful French bistro’ by Fay Maschler. The refined wine cellar hosts a range of classy French bottles, while specials on the blackboard display an array of seasonal French gems.

Award-winning duck fat French fries, the famous piggy treats or the indulgent duck burger are legendary favourites on the Comptoir Gascon menu. Other regional French creations include lemon crusted cod with capers and aubergine caviar or rustic cassoulet Toulousain.

On London's Charterhouse Street, Comptoir Gascon London epitomises regional French bistro-style cuisine. Farringdon Tube Station is just a 4-minute walk away.

Comptoir Gascon

61-63 Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 6HJ

Contact +44 2076080851
Reservations +44 2081663618

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Customer reviews for Comptoir Gascon

4.2 (((() (based on 4 reviews)
75% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (3)
  • romantic (2)
  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent. Very tasty. Best meal I've had in a long time.

  • ((((* by from London

    A very lovely evening. Food and service were both fantastic

  • (((** by from London

    We had dinner here at 9pm; the restaurant was still full and there was a nice ambience. We were given a (very small) glass of wine, and the three courses were all fairly small as well. The desserts - creme brulee and chocolate pudding - were tasty, as was the lamb main, but the ravioli resembled a cabbage soup with tiny bits of pasta floating in it. I imagine the chicken dish would have been much better, but unfortuntately it had run out by 9pm. Overall, it was fine, but nothing special.

  • ((((( by from London

    Great starter of piggy treats, and the pigeon was also very good. A nice place to have a quiet meal with one or two friends.

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