Eating at Terroirs is a quite interesting french experience; great food and great wine; vibrant and cosy atmosphere!
We would definitely suggest ordering the charioteer selection.
Such an atmospheric restaurant close to the Borough market. There is also a lovely yard for those that want to enjoy their meal under the sun. It’s a bit hidden though.. (well..not any more).There is an interesting menu where you can choose a few different tiny jars and share..Go crazy. We enjoyed almost everything!
La Petite Auberge, a traditional french restaurant in Islington, offers a selection of authentic french dishes. As starter we had grilled vodka marinated calamari & fried cheese with berry sauce. As main we had roasted salmon fillet & rib-eye with roquefort based wine sauce and potato dauphinoise on the side. Both starters and main were really tasty. As dessert, we had crepes filled in with strawberry mousse and chocolate syrup on top (not a very successful choice). The quality of food was good but the French restaurant alternatives in Upper Street can offer a similar experience for a considerably cheaper price.
A great fusion of Italian and French food run by a french girl married to an Italian guy. The mix works really well, from pate’ to mortadella passing through foie gras and gnochhi alla romana. Good wine selection too.