36 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4QT 0203 551 2139
- Main course: £22
- Food spend: £55
- Opening hours
- Open from 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:00 to 23:00, Monday to Friday. Open from 18:00 to 23:00 on Saturday. Open from 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:00 to 22:00 on Sunday.
15 October 2014
Read the latest blog post on L’Etranger Restaurant Winner of The Good Food Guide’s Best London Restaurant award in 2010, L’Etranger Restaurant offers a supremely elegant east-meets-west dining experience. Enjoying a citywide reputation for its wine list, L’Etranger showcases over 1,600 bins.
Blending artful flair and expert craftsmanship, the L’Etranger menu showcases a culinary journey through class and innovation. L’Etranger London signature dishes include smoked duck breast with garlic spinach, and the famous caramelised Alaskan cod with miso and pickled ginger. Delicate maki and sashimi are served at L’Etranger Restaurant, alongside an elegant brunch menu.
As well as consecutive annual awards for its wine list from the Wine Spectator magazine, the L’Etranger Knightsbridge bar offers a molecular cocktail selection. Sample inventive concoctions like The Alchemist, or a lemon meringue martini.
A sophisticated, minimalist setting at the forefront of contemporary dining in London, the L’Etranger dining room features muted tones of stony grey, lilac and black. Gloucester Road Tube Station is a 6-minute walk away.
36 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4QT
See all restaurants in London
See all restaurants in Kensington
Customer reviews for L'Etranger Restaurant
(((** 25 October 2014 by Angus Murray from London
The ambience of the restaurant was good, and we were well received. We then waited for 45 minutes for our starters or even drink order to be taken. This would become a reoccuring theme. Both - when they arrived - were very good. The main was slightly disappointing though. As a dish it came together very well, however the fondant potatoes that accompanied it were well under-cooked and hard. The deserts got a mixed reception: the coffee and mandarin creme brulee was great, however my girlfriend's cheese cake did not taste particulary good, and seemed to have been over-cooked. We seemed to have to wait for long periods of time between courses, however when we asked for the bill it arrived extremely quickly. Nice restaurant, however it was just quite disappointing. 6/10
((((* 15 October 2014 by Mouna from London
((((( 8 February 2014 by Roberta from London
The special 4 course menu is quite good value and the food is delicious! Wines are a bit overpriced though with a glass of champagne clocking at 16.50 - they could offer more economical alternatives
((((( 2 February 2014 by Alan Savage from London
Meal was fantastic!! Could'nt recomend it enough!
((((* 23 October 2013 by Darren Teasdale from London
They served food
(**** 8 October 2013 by Adriana Robinson from London
Don't go at all costs!
((((( 30 September 2013 by Amy Peake from London
The service right from when we walked in was impeccable, the food was just as good. Just lovely.
((((* 15 September 2013 by James Brooks from London
Very easy to book
((((( 12 September 2013 by Philippa Manasseh from London
Excellent fusion of Japanese and French food. Perhaps the French dominates. The wine list is very good but pricey. I have had lunch and Sunday brunch so it might be dunner next time. It is not cheap but worth it . We ate a la carte rather than the Bookatable deal.
((((* 12 September 2013 by Kieran Ryan from London
Absolutely splendid food, 1st class. sadley the wine was far too expensive.
Unfortunately, you can't book L'Etranger Restaurant online on this site
Delivered direct to your inbox.
No registration required!
Great deals coming your way soon