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French Restaurants in Croydon

You'll find plenty of fantastic French restaurants in the Croydon area

Explore the riches of Gallic cuisine by checking out Quandoo's collection of Croydon's best French restaurants. Whether you need somewhere for an anniversary lunch, a place to entertain clients, or you just fancy indulging in some exceptional food for a midweek treat, Croydon has French restaurants to match anything in the centre of London. When you need something with a little je ne sais quoi, you certainly won't be short of options, so make a booking today.

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Côte Wimbledon

Wimbledon
French££££
5.3/61006

French Kitchen

Wandsworth
French££££
4.9/642

Little Bay - Croydon

South Croydon
French££££
5.6/619
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La Bonne Heure

Clapham
French££££
5.2/621

Cote D'Azur Restaurant

South Croydon
French££££
5.3/64
New

Bordelaise

Tooting
French££££
5.0/61

Bellevue

Wandsworth
French££££
5.0/61

Gazette Brasserie - Balham

Balham
French££££
3.7/63

Brasserie Vacherin - Sutton

Sutton Central
French££££
4.7/6286

Brasserie Vacherin - Croydon

South Croydon
French££££
4.8/6213

The French House - Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace
French££££
5.3/652

The French House - East Dulwich

East Dulwich
French££££
5.0/631

The White Onion

Wimbledon
French££££
New

Cafe St. Germain

Crystal Palace
French
New

Poulet Rouge

Balham
French
New

Chez Bruce

Balham
French
New

Marius Bar & Restaurant

Earlsfield
French
New

Aubaine, Wimbledon

Wimbledon
French
  1. 1.

    Croydon's French restaurants focus on providing food without the fuss

    Some of the finest French restaurants in the Croydon area are classic brasseries. From a dining perspective, this means that venues like Cote or Vacherin offer an elegant but no frills setting to enjoy classic continental cuisine. Expect neat and tidy table settings, a couple of sublime house wines to savour and house specials like steak frites, duck cassoulet and roasted pork belly – the kind of unpretentious, wholesome cooking that marks out France's culinary culture from other nations.
  2. 2.

    Explore some offbeat French restaurants in Croydon

    Along with these dependable brasseries, you'll also find some much quirkier gourmet eateries among Croydon's selection of French restaurants. The French House in nearby Crystal Palace is a wonderful case in point. The owners there have taken their inspiration from 1960s Parisian music and fashion, creating a colourful, vibrant setting to show off their gastronomic skills. In their case, they back up the decor with Alsatian cuisine like tartes flambees or toasted tartines that are covered in the cheese of your choice. In fact, if you adore camembert, bleu d'Auvergne or reblochon, you'll be in paradise.
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    At any time of day, Croydon's French restaurants serve fine food

    Then there are upmarket French restaurants near Croydon which offer a more traditional gourmet dining experience. Take La Bonne Heure in Clapham, for example. They specialise in meticulously conjuring up traditional Gallic dishes for South London's gastronomes. Everything is relaxed and down-to-earth, but whatever dishes you choose, expect great things. Groups are catered for in style by assiette platters featuring charcuterie and seafood, and there's a special brunch menu too. If you're in need of some fine food in the morning, their homemade croissants or croque monsieur could be absolutely perfect.