Hoxton hotspot, Refuel Your Soul, is bringing you one of the best French brunches in London. Entirely plant-based, the menu boasts all you can eat plates, alongside a kir royale on arrival and three glasses of Moet Champagne throughout your meal.
French Bars in London
Looking for the best French bars in London? We're rounding up the city spots bringing you fizz, fine cocktails and vibrant wines straight from the continent. Whether you're in the market for a rowdy Soho pub, a sleek Chelsea brunch spot of a fine-dining favourite, these fun city spots are adding that little extra je ne sais quois to your night out.
An elegant hideaway in the heart of the City, Cabotte offers a menu of stunning French food paired perfectly with fine wines from across the country. If you're looking to add a touch of luxury to any date night, client meeting or dinner, this may be just the place.
Head over to Elephant and Castle where this French-inspired bar and music venue is taking you into the backstreets of Paris. Lose yourself in live jazz and quirky cabaret nights at this sultry club and restaurant.
If you're looking for a fun French restaurant in London, Jolie in Chelsea should fit the bill. The brightly-coloured haunt is a particular hit with bottomless brunch fans on the hunt for decadent sharing plates and free-flowing fizz.
Inspired by the flavours of Provence and the Mediterranean coastline, Cigalon is a French restaurant in London you need to experience. Settle into a plush booth in the plant-filled dining room and tuck into Comté ravioli and cured trout carpaccio, washed down with a selection of fine wines.
One of the best French bars in London, Coupette is the dinky cocktail on Bethnal Green Road offering some big flavours. The drinks here range from classic twists to experimental innovations, and their menu is constantly growing and changing.
A friendly French restaurant with sites across the city, Aubaine brings Parisian chic to the streets of West London. Head over to their venues in Kensington, Brompton Cross, Mayfair and Notting Hill for bistro-style bites and a range of bottles from across the country.
An iconic pub in the centre of Soho, The French House is a must if you're looking for fun after-work drinks in a Bohemian setting. Downstairs you'll find a traditional bar serving wines from across the continent, while upstairs their rustic restaurant provides lunch and dinner throughout the week.
A pretty French restaurant in Soho, Folie is bringing 60s Riviera vibes to the heart of London. Perfect for a weekend brunch or date night dinner, this chic little spot offers plush seating and gold detailing for those all-important Instas.