A charming slice of provincial French dining in the city, La Ferme London is a rustic restaurant and delicatessen that showcases traditional recipes made with artisan produce. The interior is ideal for a romantic meal with your special someone, while the al fresco dining space is perfect for relaxing and enjoying a glass of fine French wine in the sun. La Ferme London’s menu is home to provincial French classics and you’ll find charcuterie and cheese selections, as well as favourites such as Burgundy snails cooked in garlic butter and the duck confit burger. As well as ever-changing specials and the highly recommended chef’s tasting menu, you’ll also find an extensive and carefully curated wine and cocktail list at La Ferme London in Farrington, that showcases both imported and local spirits. This inviting and rustic restaurant is located a short distance from Farringdon station on Farringdon Road. Reservations are essential.
Petit restaurant intime, déco dans l'air du temps, cuisine raffinée, service très agréable, très bonne adresse à recommander ! Nous y sommes allés pour dîner.
Excellent food and good wine list. It is a small but friendly and informal restuarant. Reasonably priced given the quality of the food. Highly recommended.
very French as you would expect and food was delicious. The white wine by the glass was delicious. Its a great location and although it was very quiet
Very nice small restaurant. Pleasant atmosphere, good food, nice staff. Genuinely welcoming. Reallyno moreneed be said but this website requires 25 words so I am trying to reach that minimum.
La Ferme is a very charming, intimate restaurant. The food was very good and a good value. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays it is BYO (if you purchase from a shop they have partnership with). Our waiter was excellent.
Very friendly restaurant with delicious food and great atmosphere. Don't be put off by the brightness of the décor - in contrast to the darker, candle lit nearby restaurants of Exmouth Market. Also don't be put off by having to go through the shop first. Once you step inside the restaurant, the magic begins to happen... BUT only house wine option for a single glass with all other options being bottles. Also no carafe/half bottle option. That said, the house wine was v nice! Give a go. You wont be disappointed.
Fantastic find. From the relaxed knowledgeable service to the most delicious food. Such a welcoming, cosy place. Nothing too fussy but the detail is there. The chef even gave us a heads up for some places in Paris. The house wine was tasty too. Would definitely recommend this place and go back if ever visiting that area of London again. Seasonality is key and it shows from the menu to your plate. Delicious. Merci
Fantastic French restaurant with a real history of serving food from Pop-up environments before launching this little restaurant some years ago. Food is great quality and the service is excellent. There is even a room in the back to have racklette with friends. You have to book though- even during the week!!
Charming, unpretentious little restaurant. Excellent simple food. We chose the set menu for a very reasonable £12.50 and both our main courses and dessert ( a tiny but exquisite creme brulee) were delicious. Will certainly make a point of booking a table there again next time I am close by.
Decent food and friendly service. A la carte prices seem on the high side. I will return and try the table d'hôte which may be better value. Wines sensibly priced and the glass of champagne was a generous measure. Not too noisy - normal conversation was possible - although there was a slightly irritating thudding sound track playing.