Spending a couple of days to attend Wimbledon we were keen to find good food at a reasonable price. The first night we had a calamitous meal in a pizza restaurant where we ended up walking out. We then tried a Thai restaurant which was not much better. So we were determined to do better on the second night. After getting off the tube at Earls Court we were wandering back to our hotel when we spotted The Little French Restaurant.
Unfortunately there were no available tables but were told that if we had a drink in the pub opposite there would then be a table reserved. This we did and were immediately impressed with the somewhat rustic décor, the general buzz, the attentive staff and the price of £10.95 for a three course meal in central London.
At the pizza restaurant the house wine had been priced at £22 a bottle, we were, consequently. pleasantly surprised when the house wine here was £12 and very quaffable. The food was equally good. I could recommend the chicken livers for a starter ( soft, succulent and plentiful) and the lamb wellington for a mains (tender, lean and great pastry). Just room for a yummy chocolate mousse to finish off a great meal that did not break the bank.
The restaurant does not purport to provide fine dining but If we are in this area again we will definitely eat here and can recommend it unreservedly for good food at value for money prices.
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