Two French men, one idea. A pop up restaurant in London where tables are shared and mess is more. Because La Grande Bouffe means ‘big feast’ after all and there’s nothing better than ending an evening with a belly full of bliss.

LA GRANDE BOUFFE

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 Two French men, one idea. A pop up restaurant in London where tables are shared and mess is more. Because La Grande Bouffe means ‘big feast’ after all and there’s nothing better than ending an evening with a belly full of bliss.

Two French men, one idea. A pop up restaurant in London where tables are shared and mess is more. Because La Grande Bouffe means ‘big feast’ after all and there’s nothing better than ending an evening with a belly full of bliss.

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 A little taste of Southern France.  From cocktails and creamy camambert to lamb so tender. All dished up in seperate, small little pots. Wether you would rather start with desert or main, it’s up to you. Owners mingle with the crowd and the kitchen is open, creating a very homely feeling. The sound of glasses being clinked, jazz being played and cocottes being emptied make this evening an experience to never forget.

A little taste of Southern France.

From cocktails and creamy camambert to lamb so tender. All dished up in seperate, small little pots. Wether you would rather start with desert or main, it’s up to you.
Owners mingle with the crowd and the kitchen is open, creating a very homely feeling. The sound of glasses being clinked, jazz being played and cocottes being emptied make this evening an experience to never forget.

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  Daniëlle Siobhán for    La Grande Bouffe    September 2017

Daniëlle Siobhán for La Grande Bouffe
September 2017