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Les Deux Salons

40 - 42 William IV Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4DD +44 2036416605

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Average
Main course: £16
Food spend: £45
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 12:30 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 21:45
Saturday: 17:30 - 21:45.

Went with a few friends after work. Great food, good value for money, fantastic service, would highly recommend

Jack 08 October 2016
from London

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Elegant and sophisticated, Les Deux Salons provides French brasserie-style cuisine in a sophisticated Parisian brasserie setting. On William IV Street, Les Deux Salons has a superb central location in Covent Garden.

With a grand and imposing facade, Les Deux Salons has a spacious interior, reminiscent of a stylish and traditional French brasserie. Diners will find classic French and modern European dishes, made with superb seasonal British produce.

Full of flavour, the fine menu includes dishes like saddle of rabbit with pumpkin gnocchi and hazelnuts, roast halibut with razor clams, classic bouillabaisse or Herefordshire snail and bacon pie. A well picked international wine list will complement your meal.

Afternoon tea at Les Deux Salons is a delight. In the beautiful surroundings of a French brasserie, you can enjoy finger sandwiches, delicious cakes, scones with clotted cream and a tart of the day, along with fine tea of your preference.

Les Deux Salons is a sophisticated French brasserie restaurant in Covent Garden, open for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.

Les Deux Salons

40 - 42 William IV Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4DD

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Customer reviews for Les Deux Salons

4.0 ((((* (based on 433 reviews)
85% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • ((((* 22 October 2016 by Sue from London

    Good service, interesting menu, helpful information from waiting staff on menu items, tasty food although my colquiete was not spatchcocked as had been described and needed a sharper knife to dissect. Both starters were excellent (crab and gnochi) and the tart tatin for two was not only to die for but to die of - need to save space for that amount of pudding!

  • (**** 18 October 2016 by Sarah from London

    On a recommendation, I lunched here with a friend last week. It was a very poor experience.
    Although on-line they advertised a £24 2-course fixed price menu, our waiter advised us that it was not available that day and pointed out the fixed price menu available from 5pm - so not much use to us.
    The food was OK; we had the moules frites and the navarin d’agneau – neither was particularly special and I didn’t feel the lamb warranted its £21 price tag.
    The waiter was very patronising throughout, bordering on rude and increasingly annoying. The final irritation was over the availability of brown sugar for our coffee - he told us they did not have any and suggested that I didn’t need it anyway because there was enough sugar in the mignardises accompanying my coffee! I insisted and surprise, surprise he found some!!
    The postscript to this unfortunate experience is that I checked on-line when I returned home to find the £24 fixed price menu very much advertised as an everyday lunchtime offer. I spoke with a Manager and complained about this and the poor service and was offered a free glass of champagne on my next visit, a voucher to be emailed to me - still waiting!
    My hot tip – if you want good French food, reasonably priced with exceptional service, go to Café Zedel off Piccadilly – Les Deux Salons have a lot to learn.

  • ((((* 16 October 2016 by Patrick from Sevenoaks

    Food and wine 8-9 out of ten. Very good. Cost: high, too high for some of the wines. For instance there were wines too young to drink (2015) at high double figure prices per bottle. The only serious drawback was the acoustic. It is a very noisy space. There may be some relatively cheap means of taking the edge off the noise - table cloths? Curtains? Some ceiling treatment?

    But all in all a good meal and an enjoyable experience.

    Patrick Scrivenor.

  • (((** 9 October 2016 by Howard from London Borough of Islington

    Great prix fixe value for dinner. The rabbit however was so tough I had to send it back and they kindly gave me duck confit instead. Unfortunately we had two tables around us where the people had such loud voices we couldn't hear each other so we stopped speaking. Why does this continually happen in restaurants? What about having a quiet section like the quiet coach on trains? It is amazing how many people we know stop eating out because of the noise level. Can someone give me feedback on this please???

  • ((((( 8 October 2016 by Jack from London

    Went with a few friends after work. Great food, good value for money, fantastic service, would highly recommend

  • (**** 20 September 2016 by Oxana from London

    We were there for a pre theatre (7.30 pm) meal and while I did get my starter from a pre theatre menu, by 7 pm our mains still did not arrive, despite our prompting. My husband left hungry and myself not full either and we got our food from pret. Very strange, considering our booking was for 6pm and it did not look too busy either. Needless to say the rest of the evening was spoiled.

  • ((((* 4 September 2016 by Mary from Southampton

    Good food and exceptional service.

  • (((** 27 August 2016 by Nigel from London

    Pre-theatre offering very limited and has not changed in months. Service is very French (i.e. borderline rude). Food is perfectly adequate but does not live up to surrounding, which are very pleasant. Upstairs space is a white elephant.

  • ((((( 25 August 2016 by John from Molesey

    Simply terrific. We had a pre-theatresupper of Crudités follwed by rabbit (lapin - it's a French retaurant) in a mustard sauce on Tagliatelli. Plus a half litre of red wine (so the writer didn't fall asleep during the performance).

  • ((((( 23 August 2016 by Adrian from London

    Excellent

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