Les Petits Gourmets

Les petits Gourmets

Bienvenue to our old fashioned bistro. European cuisine with a French accent. Live band every weekend. Dinner:  Monday to Sunday : 4pm – 11pm Saturday & Sunday : 3pm – 11pm Brunch: Saturday & Sunday : 11am – 3pm

Les Petits Gourmets

http://www.lespetitsgourmetslondon.co.uk

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Hilton London Tower Bridge Launch Party

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location   drinks   food  

In those days, Hay’s Galleria was the showpiece of the newly developed London Bridge / Tower Bridge area and a walk too far up Tooley Street was pretty unrewarding.

The other night I attended the launch party of their bar, TwoRuba, which is aimed at bringing an extra touch of glamour to the area.

All inspired by the street food of Borough Market, we tried the Duck Liver Parfait, Salt & Pepper Squid and Pulled Pork Sliders and for the sweet element, the Mini Chocolate Fondant.

A drinks package is available for parties of 10 or more, comprising of champagne magnums and bottles of premium spirits.

Food packages are also available and to really get your party going you can hire a DJ and mixologist.

Review of the Calcotades at Boqueria, Brixton

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food  

We were both intrigued and envious, and so thrilled to be asked to Boqueria in Brixton for their version.

The calcots were followed by traditional grilled meats served with ailioli.

It was an afternoon filled with fun; we could hear from one of the tables behind us that they were going great guns with the length that they could pour the cava.

If you’d like to join in, there are 3 more Calcotada events planned at Boqueria on 28th of February, 13th and 20th of March.

We were guests of Boqueria 192 Acre Lane, Brixton, London SW2 5UL If that’s not near you, there’s a second Boqueria in Battersea 278 Queenstown Road, Battersea, London SW8 4LT

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No, not a workhouse filled with criminal orphans, but something much nicer than that – a Victorian pub, complete with spectacularly intricate carved woodwork and ‘snob screens’ separating the different sections of the bar.

The low doorways between them are a nightmare if you've got a bad back, but perfect if you're very short and need to escape a pub bore.

It sort of helps that the Prince Alfred is a Young's pub instead of some chichi craft beer palace – it's simple, old fashioned, no nonsense.

Peanuts, yup.

Pint of bitter, yup.