Pied a Terre

34 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NH
French

Top offer

Star Deal - 5 courses & a glass of prosecco or wine £55 per person

Available lunch & dinner Mon-Fri until 31 March 2019, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Restaurant is closed 19 December 2018 – 10 January 2019. Includes VAT, excludes service.

Menu

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 12:15 - 14:30 & 18:00 - 23:00
Saturday: 18:00 - 23:00.

Restaurant description

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 inspired wine flights available.

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

Customer reviews for Pied a Terre
4.7
(based on 99 reviews)

97%
of diners recommend this restaurant

  • Food
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  • Ambience
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Recommended for

  • value (8)
  • romantic (45)
  • lunch (35)
  • child friendly (4)
  • business (25)
  • dinner (71)
  • private dining (22)
  • breakfast (1)
  • trendy (8)
  • large parties (4)
  • entertainment (8)
  • luxury (44)
  • By Bill B from Horley
    5 December 2018

    Excellent service. Attentive waiters. No rush. Tasty food. Brilliant. What more do you want?

  • By Cecile B from London
    30 November 2018

    Food was amazing, I really recommend the set menu we went for. Except the baba which was too sweet and the salad too salty everything else was close to perfection. The apéritive were divine. The chicken and the fish were delicious and the matcha mousse was great. The only thing we dislike about our dinner was as the restaurant is very small it can get very noisy. Our table neighbors were almost screaming, they kept on drinking shots and were really annoying.

  • By Steve H from Newbury
    28 November 2018

    A great small restaurant with attentive and friendly staff. The five course taster menu was just the right sized portions. The food was excellent and deserves its top billing but also at a fair price. The curried black cod, the partridge and the blackberry courses were our favourite. Sadly the last course of honeyed yogurt was too sweet for both of us.

  • By Alison J from Londoo
    28 November 2018

    We first dined at Pied a Terre about 5 years ago and was throughly impressed by the food, service and atmosphere. Unfortunately we were less impressed when we visited with friends last week. The restaurant felt tired. The food was good but not to the same standard as our previous visit. The waiting staff generally appeared inexperienced. We did not feel it was value for money.

  • By Felipe C from Capivari Brazil
    14 November 2018

    Extraordinary dinner experience. The wine pairing was gorgeous and the staff was suberbly trained to take the experience to another level. Pays off every pound.

  • By John S from Naples
    7 November 2018

    One of the best dinners we have had and the food was so perfectly paired with wines we will plan on returning for another menu.

  • By Eddie M from Bangor NI
    21 September 2018

    Fantastic food and matching wine. Would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone.

  • By Jason M from Hertfordshire
    14 July 2018

    Lovely staff. Great sommelier. Food was so nice. Definitely worth and deserving of the Michelin accreditation. Only thing I’d say is that when you walk in, the smell from the entrance, don’t know where it came from, was like mould, needed to be neutralised. Don’t really want excuses as to where this came from, just want it dealt with. Hopefully when we revisit, that smell needs to be gone.

  • By Pied A Terre P from london
    22 February 2018

    Lillies in restaurant were absolutely overpowering in smell: smell pervaded throughout all rooms and interfered with the tasting. Very salty, but imaginative dishes. Overuse of BBQ sauce and dishes very pricey for what they were. Initially seated by a very grumpy looking person who did not smile at all, despite us trying to friendly, not sure if it was a language barrier or not. Then the host took over, who was charming, lovely and accommodating. Rest of service from that point was impeccable. We probably should have said something about the very strong over powering smell of the flowers, so the restaurant realises that it can nearly ruin the meal if a customer finds the particular smell unpleasant, as any type of strong smelling flower can be (smell is all individual, but there are alot of people who cannot tolerate bulbs/lillies). It is better to have flowers that are not too fragrant at a restaurant that sports very expensive tasting menus.

  • By Gaelle A from London
    8 February 2018

    Food was excellent. We were in the front room smaller and quieter very nice as usually it is difficult to find a place in London where you can have a conservation ! Very cosy atmosphere lovely place et good service.

Restaurant Location Map
Pied a Terre
34 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2NH