The French Kitchen on Wandsworth Common is an exciting new venture from David Healey, the former owner of The French Cafe. Located on Trinity Road in South London, this French restaurant will be doing everything from breakfasts and lunches to Sunday dinners and evening meals. For anyone who needs a huge breakfast on the weekends, you can enjoy decadent dishes like steak frites and oeufs Francais with poached free range eggs, bacon lardons, diced sausages, Lincolnshire new potatoes, fresh herbs and onions topped with hollandaise sauce served on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am. With both a prix fixe and an extensive a la carte menu for dinners Tuesday through to Saturday, you’re sure to be spoilt for choice and value at The French Kitchen. Book ahead and check out this new spot as soon as possible!
Good food and excellent service at a fair price. Decorated to give the ambience of a Parisian bistro which they achieve. I will definitely go again. Highly recommended.
Booking was easy. We enjoyed good food, good wine, good service, and good value - we could not have wanted anything else? We will go back.
Lovely food with particularly flavoursome sauces. Excellent, French country-style menu. Wines well-priced and, importantly, of a good standatd. Friendly, attentive staff. Would recommend to friends and family. Also, toilets accessible and well-kept. Well done.
Food was very tasty and reasonably priced at £15.95 for two courses. Overall experience very enjoyable. Will be going again and recommending it to friends.
I cannot remember if one is high or low. I would rate the French Kitchen experience as in the second to the highest category. The restaurant was warm as was our welcome. It was festively decorated and the ambience was cosy. We chose from the prix fixe menu, which offered good value. The food was well served and of good quality, although I was disappointed by the less than succulent rillettes. However, the main course was excellent in taste and quantity. A very pleasant evening's dining.
Four of us ate dinner at The 𝙵French Kitchen earlier this week. Personally I enjoy a short uncomplicated menu and this is exactly what we found. Everyone enjoyed starters of goats cheese salad or pâté, mains of confit duck, mushroom risotto, grilled chicken and boeuf Bourguignon - each one a great success. Clean plates all round! This new restaurant deserves to do well - all it needs is lots of hungry diners. You won't be disappointed with the food or the welcome.
The service was lovely and we were happy with the selection of food on offer. The starters were a bit small given their price - we had the foie gras and the blue cheese croquettes, which were both delicious, but not enough bread for the pate and only two very small croquettes. Both mains - the steak and the Ceasar salad - were tasty and just the right amount. The most disappointing was probably the dessert. We had the warm waffle, which did not feel fresh at all and it was a bit of a letdown. The atmosphere is bubbly and pleasant and we would be happy to go back, but probably only have the main course next time.
My sister and I both had delicious coq au vin, she started with pate and I had leek soup. All very good and all from the set menu which is limited to a choice of 3. Very good service and a reasonable bill. The only criticism I have, which I have quite often, it was busy so it was very noisy, probably because there are no soft furnishings at all. But we will definitely return.
Lovely to have French Kitchen locally for evenings like that - a group of old friends spending a very relaxed evening. Service was excellent, food good value - not haute cuisine but good French home-style cooking.
Had an very enjoyable evening at French Kitchen with friends. The food was good, the staff were friendly and it had a good atmosphere, even on a Tuesday evening.