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Pied a Terre

34 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NH 0203 641 7609

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Opening hours
Open for lunch from 12:15 to 14:30, Monday to Friday. Open for dinner from 18:15 to 23:00, Monday to Saturday.

Absolutely lovely dinner. Food and service were amazing with such a relaxed setting that despite having a 9:30pm booking, we still missed the last tube back. Great wine selection. Would definitely go again.

Edward Manning 28 October 2014
from London

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One of London’s select Michelin-starred restaurants, Pied a Terre radiates both style and approachability. Beautifully crafted dishes are served in a 2-storey setting that boasts a private dining area and bar.

Not only does the Pied a Terre menu hold rich, daring flavours and premium ingredients, but the dishes themselves are stunningly presented, with real artistic flair. Favourites include loin of Berkshire venison with orange cauliflower and glazed Hereford snails, and poached native lobster with Morteaux sausage and pea and tarragon gnocchi. Pre-theatre and party canapé menus are also available, giving Pied a Terre Charlotte Street a versatile footing to cater for all manner of occasions.

Beautifully crafted desserts at Pied a Terre restaurant utilise fresh fruit, rich in colour and natural sweetness. A well-stocked wine cellar offers a superb range of bottles, with diners welcomed to bring their own for a small corkage fee.

A tranquil setting for inspired cuisine, Pied a Terre London is 3 minutes’ walk from Goodge Street Tube Station.

Pied a Terre

34 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NH

Contact +44 2076361178
Reservations 0203 641 7609
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Customer reviews for Pied a Terre

4.8 ((((( (based on 20 reviews)
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  • luxury (10)
  • dinner (9)
  • lunch (9)
  • business (7)
  • romantic (7)
  • child friendly (2)
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  • private dining (2)
  • large parties (1)
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  • ((((( by from London

    Absolutely lovely dinner. Food and service were amazing with such a relaxed setting that despite having a 9:30pm booking, we still missed the last tube back. Great wine selection. Would definitely go again.

  • ((((* by from London

    We visited Pied a Terre during the London Restaurant Festival, and had the festival menu. Great food, and lots of petits fours at the end of the meal.

  • ((((( by from London

    We elected to try the 3 course menu for dinner. Wide choice,delicious textures and flavours, eclectic wine list and excellent friendly service.

  • ((((* by from London

    Great and attentive service. We were over 30 minutes late but the restaurant kindly held the table for us. Food was exquisite and presentation well thought out. I had the white asparagus as a starter and the guinea fowl for my mains. The latter I felt was slightly over-salted but ever so slightly. However, the guinea fowl was incredibly tender and just melted in the mouth.

  • ((((( by from Amersham

    Wonderful food and presentation, particularly good value if you dine using one of their special offers.

  • ((((( by from London

    It was perfect! The food was excellent and the serve impeccable.

  • ((((* by from London

    We booked well in advance for 2 people and on the day changed this to 4 .No problem at this stage. One of the 2 "extra" people was not feeling great on the day having just flown in from Vietnam.3 of us wanted the "tasting menu" and he just wanted something simple and was very willing to chose from the A La Carte menu . The head chef refused his request.and he was told in no uncertain way ,"tasting menu only".An argument took place with the head waiter and in the end our 4th guest simply said "I won't eat anything and I'll just have a drink. Please do not embarrass my friends any further". Later on ,a lesser waiter took pity on our guest and provided him with a small cheese selection .
    We understand the concept of tasting menus being for the whole table BUT there should be some flexibility. Our guest was not demanding an alternative meal of considerable complex. He was somewhat tired and not feeling his best and just wanted to eat something plain and simple ,even to the extent of just one course.

    On a brighter note ,the tasting menu was delicious but our evening was spoiled by the inflexible experience. Restaurants are not ALL about the food.

  • ((((( by from London

    Fantastic food - really enjoyed it!

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent as always. Took advantage of special offer tasting menu for lunch. Makes what would be very expensive down to the merely expensive. But worth every penny.

  • ((((( by from London

    Still one of the best restaurants in London!

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