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La Petite Maison

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About La Petite Maison

This stylish eatery in Mayfair is the London sister restaurant to the original La Petite Maison in Nice, infamous for its famous clientèle such as Elton John and Nicolas Sarkozy. Arjun Waney, the man behind ventures such as Roka and Zuma, spotted the potential for bringing this Provencal gem to the UK, and the restaurant - with frosted windows and an abundance of natural light - has already proved a hit with Mayfair’s fashionable crowd. The menu at La Petite Maison is reasonably priced for the neighbourhood and designed to share - the kitchen’s signature dish being the poulet de noir au foie gras. La Petite Maison has an excellent francophile wine list, with a whole page dedicated to Provencal rosés.



Sample a la carte

Starter

- Salade de crustacés (crab and lobster salad) £16.50
- Ratatouille avec féta (Mediterranean vegetables marinated in olive oil with feta)
£9.00
- Huitres tsarskaya au gingembre et aux oeufs de saumon (Tsarkaya oysters with ginger dressing and salmon egg roe) £16.00
- Trois saveurs de beignets (deeep fried courgette flowers, sage with anchovies and onions) £9.50

Other starters are available.

Main Course

- Tagliolini gratinées avec des crevettes (gratinated Tagliolini with prawns and tapenade) £13.00
- Loup de mer en croûte de sel (salt baked fillet of line caught sea bass with artichokes and tomatoes) £28.00
- Côtellettes d'agneau avec aubergine (grilled lamb cutlets with smoked aubergine) £26.00
- Gigot d'agneau de lait 'pyrenées' (whole roast leg of milk fed Pyrenees Lamb with spiced couscous) £70.00
- Turbot aux artichauts barigoule (turbot with artichokes, chorizo, white wine and olive oil) £26.00
- Cassoulet de lotte (monkfish with tomatoes, olives and chick peas) £23.00

Other main courses are available.





Dessert

- Mousse au chocolat chaude avec de la glace à la pistache (warm chocolate mousse with pistachio ice cream) £9.50
- Pruneaux d'agen servis avec de la glace au pain d'epices (marinated agen prunes served with ginger bread ice cream) 8.50
- Crème brulée à la vanille (vanilla crème brulee) £9.75
- Tarte fine (thin crust apple tart with vanilla ice cream) £7.00

Other desserts are available.



Additional Information


Address:

54 Brooks Mews, W1K 4EG

Nearest tube:

Bond Street
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill.

Average Price:

£65 - £74

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 11pm
Sat 12:30pm - 3:30pm & 6pm - 11pm
Sun 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Please note, lunch bookings through toptable are only available on Mon, Sat & Sun; and dinner bookings are available Mon - Thu.

Dress Code:

Smart casual

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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