Battersea welcomes a new addition to its restaurant scene in the shape of Gazette, a French inspired brasserie packed to the rafters with style. If you've ever visited a traditional French village cafe you'll know what you're in for here - a warm welcome, warm surroundings and, naturellement, food to die for. The characterful restaurant brings together Continental charm and the English sense of style, boasting a 1930s antique counter imported from Lille, solid oak floors, gorgeous chandeliers and a Menhir stone from Paimpol. Come summer time step outside for Thames-view dining or curl up on a leather sofa and read today's papers as the days get shorter. Based on provincial cooking the menu changes with the seasons to bring you some of the very finest French cuisine in South London.
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79 Riverside Plaza, Chatfield Road, SW11 3SE
Wandsworth Town (BR)
The food presented through a menu/Gazette consists of a menu principal changing seasonally with classics such as hot foie gras, Beef tartare, mussels Marinieres, roasted chicken or tasty risotto. It also offers a large selection of plat du jour with 4 starters and 4 main courses and desserts changing daily for each visits to hold a welcoming surprise.
The cuisine is simple and generous and is based on provincial cooking, the serving and sharing element and conviviality of the table makes it a very special experience recalling the warmth and cordiality of true French cuisine.
£24 and under
Mon - Sun: 8am - 11pm