L'Entrecote Relais de Venise (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Throgmorton Street / London / EC2N 2AD
Newest Review: ... but staff are always polite and not at all intrusive I have found which compensates. The restaurant has a relaxed, friendly and intimate ambience - quite impressive for a busy and popular restaurant. I did not notice any music playing when I visited, but the low murmer of diners could be heard. ~*~* The menu *~*~ A word of warning - if you are the sort of person that loves variety and ... more
Customer L'Entrecote Relais de Venise (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 323 readings)
Le Relais de Venise was originally founded by Paul Gineste de Saurs in 1959 in Paris and remain family-run businesses with branches in New York, Marylebone, The City and the original in Paris. Other branches, run by the same family but under different names, are also open in Geneva, Bahrain and Barcelona. My boyfriend and I visited The City branch, based near Bank tube station on Throgmorton Street. In the heart of the City, this restaurant is popular with Londoners seeking a scrumptious taste of France and traditional steak-frites. ~*~* The restaurant *~*~ The restaurant has a French brassiere-feel with wood panelling, warm ... Read the complete review
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