La Petite Maison Restaurant
In the words of celebrated food critic Jay Rayner La Petite Mansion is a bustling French restaurant in Mayfair starring one of the most thrilling dishes to arrive in London in years poulet au foie gras. It is of course wise to pre order this delicacy before going to the restaurant as it take approximately an hour and a half to roast this succulent chicken dish to perfection.
La Petite, as it is fondly referred to by regular customers, channels the vision of being picked up and dropped off in the centre of Provence leaving the streets of London behind. Let the skills of true artisan and aromas of the classic Provencal tart delight you.
Complimenting the triangular shaped space, cream coloured walls have two huge windows acting as light wells creating a bright clean ambiance. From the group that launched Roka and Zuma Japanese restaurants, Azur Limited, London has been gifted with La Petite Maison restaurant. Staff at La Petite Maison are welcoming and attentive possessing the knowledge to offer sound food and wine choices when requested. Chefs have prepared simple dishes with attention to detail from the selection of best produce to the cooking process that can only add to its authentic dedication of preparing utterly delicious meals.
Located on the pretty mews of Mayfair this bistro creates an upbeat atmosphere highlighting its availability as a family friendly restaurant. The dress code of smart casual is maintained, so a perfect place to have your mid morning break after shopping.