Table Du Marche
French Bar & Restaurant situated in the heart of East Finchley, London. Daily specials with an emphasis on seasonal locally sourced produce.
Table Du Marché | French Restaurant & Bar London
Seated at our Parisienne marble-top bar you could be on the Rue Montorgueil.
Here you can sample from among the small plates on our bar menu, and try one of the wines from our carefully selected wine cellar.
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East Finchley: A comfortable suburb with a smattering of ...
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Beloved by locals as a breath of fresh air, East Finchley is a leafy, residential, community-spirited enclave only half an hour’s tube journey from central London East Finchley is in the London Borough of Barnet and sits within the N2 postcode.
Property in East Finchley is mostly found in detached or semi-detached inter-War houses on quiet and leafy residential streets.
Bishop Douglass is a mixed gender Roman Catholic secondary rated Good, while non selective boys’ school Christ’s College Finchley received a rating of Requires Improvement at its last inspection.
East Finchley evolved around the Great North Road, the main highway between London and Scotland, nowadays mostly aligned with the A1, although the majority of the area’s development sprung out of the arrival of the Great Northern Railway in 1868.
Breads and pastries are available to eat in or take away at Chorak on High Road or at the new Margot Bakery, which does the best sourdough in East Finchley, best eaten with a cup of coffee roasters Campbell & Syme’s brew.
Guide to East Finchley: Part 2 - SAVLA FAIRE
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The best restaurants in East Finchley, for my money, are as follows: If you like your pizza fluffy, flavourful and fad-free, then look no further than Bufi.
This intimate venue, seating no more than 30 people, is a riot to start to end: orders being shouted over the counter in rapid-fire Italian; diners’ voices getting louder as the wine flows; pizzas flying out of the oven to land on tables or in takeaway boxes; and waitresses weaving between the tightly packed tables carrying several plates.
East Finchley is home to quite a few bars, but the below are my best ones by a mile: Located at the top of the slope at the crossroads of East End Road and the High Road, this recently renovated gastropub is divided into 3 sections: pub, restaurant and terrace.
Have I inspired you to visit any of my favourite traders, cafes, restaurants, pubs or cultural haunts in East Finchley?
Links: Guide to East Finchley: Part 1, Bufi, La Rugoletta, Genzo, Table du Marché, Bangkok Lounge, Indian Rasoi, The Archer, The Archer article, The Bald Faced Stag, The Old White Lion, Phoenix Cinema, Houses by Marian, Black Gull Books