Inspired by yé-yé, a style of French 60’s pop music, The French House is a restaurant with lots of style. From its retro-inspired decor, shabby-chic furnishings and murals of yé-yé poster girls adorning the walls, to its menu full of classic French dishes, London’s The French House is full of understatedly cool French charm. We recommend indulging in a croque monsieur (a toasted ham and emmental cheese sandwich with bechamel sauce) followed by one of The French House’s freshly baked pastries, paired with a bottle of wine. For some delectable French cuisine with a side of stylish 60’s and 70’s nostalgia, head on over to The French House on Lordship Lane. To guarantee a table at this East Dulwich favourite, make a reservation in advance (but remember there’s another in Crystal Palace).
Loved it, nice chef, nice staff and good French food.
The food was great and the service was excellent. We have wanted to try this restaurant for a while and so glad we finally did. Will definitely be returning!
A fairly limited menu with a lot of cheese so probably not good for the lactose intolerant but the staff were charming. I would happily go again.