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Review: Michelin Star Pied à Terre [London]

Young Chef Asimakis Chaniotis solid culinary pedigree, trained by Andy McFadden who worked his way through some of the best restaurants in Ireland and on the continent, joined the kitchens as the executive head chef in 2017. Gaining a wealth of knowledge and skills that shine through in his culinary pairings, now at the helm of Michelin starred French Kitchen, Pied à Terre serving up meticulously constructed modern French dishes in a discreetly decorated dining room.

On the menu, classics from the chef’s gilded cookbook, including Veal cuts to more British-infused inspired dishes, like Cornish Red Mullet, Potato Spaghetti with Coconut and Saffron and French Squab Pigeon paying homage to Founding Director David Moore, the longstanding creative force behind Pied à Terre and his rich British and French background.

Pulling in his Greecian, Mediterarian upbringing, canapes are served in seashells, traditional Greek Kayiana – (Greek scramble eggs with tomato and feta cheese) is updated with wild oregano and served directly from the eggshell, merging nouvelle cuisine nested in-home family recipes. The great food on offer here is underlined by cosy booth seating, wooden frames which all sits under a sun tunnel skylight.

One great mention would be their highly trained Sommelier, we had opted for the Chef’s Menu and whilst other Michelin star eateries continue with service tradition of taking you through the vast history of the wine you just want to drink, Pied a Terre allow you to taste, indulge and then review. Service, food, and wine pairing.  Does this get any better?

Located at 34 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2NH, Pied à Terre also have a Vegan, Vegetarian, La à Carte along with a tasting menu. Priced at £145 pp EXC drink Pied à Terre might just be one for a great celebration.

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