On the edge of Hyde Park and a stone's throw from the Royal Albert Hall, Le Petit Sud is an intimate, laid back bistro and wine bar. Tastes of provincial France include a celebrated wine list, while at the front there is a bustling little al fresco area that is ideal for summer evening dining and drinks.
The Le Petit Sud menu showcases the finest in French and Mediterranean flavours, using seasonal imported produce. Charcuterie boards include goose rillette, Serrano ham and truffle salami, while the cheese selection features everything from roquefort to Tome de Savoie.
A superb wine list at Le Petit Sud in Kensington is always being added to, with the staff always on hand to make recommendations. There are also signature cocktails mixed up at the bar, and sweet treats to finish, such as apple tart.
Filled with a warm continental ambience, Le Petit Sud is a romantic spot to enjoy fine wine and cheese. High Street Kensington Tube Station is 9 minutes' walk away.
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- afternoon tea (2)
- al fresco (4)
- business (1)
- child friendly (1)
- dinner (16)
- entertainment (2)
- lunch (7)
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7 March 2020
A quirky little restaurant a stones throw from the Albert Hall but although table was booked for 5pm the kitchen didnt open until 5.30. Very little choice so we chose the large platter which was mediocre and certainly not large. Not sure the strawberry jam went well with the cheeses and charcuterie. Very expensive for what we got. We were asked if we would like water and we’re consequently charged £6 for a bottle of tap water! Won’t be going back
19 December 2019
A lovely cosy French restaurant very convenient for trips to the Albert hall
4 December 2019
Really cute, small restaurant. Pretty. Food was tasty but not over-extravagant. Good wine. A good option for before seeing a show at the Albert hall which is what we did.
26 November 2019
Lovely atmosphere. Enjoyed Bavette steak which was beautifully cooked and presented.
11 November 2019
good place for an Albert Hall visit..
30 October 2019
Last minute booking but speedily confirmed only the night before. Nice welcome and a choice of tables, bit of a limited menu but the sharing starters were excellent, as were the main courses (mostly beef). Excellent service and reasonably priced considering its close proximity to The Albert Hall for our concert
8 October 2019
More a bar with expensive snacks than a restaurant. Only 3 dishes on the menu require a kitchen - the rest can be taken out of a fridge and arranged on a board. It is a small cramped uncomfortable space. The service is not very creative - we wanted extra bread an butter with our meal but were brought crispbread and 2 pats of Anchor butter between 3 people.
19 August 2019
5 of us ate in this lovely little restaurant after a proms concert at the Albert Hall. It was only a short walk from the Abert Hall so ideal for pre or post concert dining. It was late so we just had a lovely glass of wine with some charcuterie sharing plates, baked camembert, bread and salad. We chose to sit outside as it was a warm evening. The staff were attentive and friendly and the food was authentic and delicious. Would definitely recommend.
17 August 2019
Great French Bidtro atmosphere. The wine list is extensive but expensive The food was good but lacked attention to details which would have made the restaurant a superb choice: toasted bread was substituted for the brioche in the foie grad, the octopus was not cookewell as it was hard and the crime brûlée was not available in the short dessert menu
16 July 2019
Le Petit Sud is ideal for a pre-show dinner as it is a leisurely 5 mins walk from the Albert Hall. They offer a pre-theatre menu as well as a la carte. We chose from the a la carte choosing a charcuterie board to start and lamb cutlets and a goats cheese salad for our main courses. The food was delicious (the lamb cutlets were cooked to perfection) and the service was excellent. Will definitely return next time we are in the area.