Villandry, Regent's Park

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
The owners bill this as an all day French restaurant, foodstore, bakery and bar under one roof and they tell no lies. The formal restaurant is in the hundred-quid-or-more for two area, but you can choose to eat either in the charcuterie - a collection of long shared kitchen-style tables mixed in with the retail and takeaway shoppers - or here in the bar. It's square and simple, with charming table service and a short but appetising menu that includes a separate breakfast and afternoon tea selection. It's aimed at those who eat with their drinks - although there are a couple of stools at the bar, we didn't see them used during a fairly busy lunchtime session. At first glance prices seem not bad for the area - Becks and Stella at 3.25 and 3.50 a pint (interestingly, slightly more than quoted on the current web site) bottled beers around the same mark and a reasonable selection of wines under 20. But that's before VAT and service up it by more than a quarter, so even sandwiches and a couple of drinks will mean two of you are quickly nudging forty quid. Still as an elegantly simple pit-stop it has its merits and round here - well, round everywhere in truth - you gets what you pays for.
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170 Great Portland Street, Regent's Park, London, W1W 5QB
020 7631 3131
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