Pied a Terre

About Pied a Terre

When the occasion calls for a little Michelin luxury in London, Pied a Terre restaurant does a fabulous job. Because where Shane Osborn cooks, foodies flock. Although Pied a Terre restaurant was refurbished in 2005, the two windowless dining rooms on the ground floor remain underwhelming with their aubergine colour scheme and low lighting. What's exciting is Osborn's talent for imaginative, refined modern French cuisine. Dishes prompt exclamations such as "divine", and deliver the kind of flavours that are more quiet power than short, sharp hit. And they look wonderful. Even the pats of butter served with the gorgeous bread selection are monogrammed. At £49.50 for two courses, eating here isn't cheap, but you're paying for something really, really special.

Pied-a-Terre was voted number one in the Reader’s Choice poll for the S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards.

Dinner Menu


- Pepper Seared Tuna, Caper and Green Bean Salad, Parsley Oil and Soft Poached Quail Eggs
- Pan fried Scallops with Carrot and Star Anise Purée, White Grape and Lemon Emulsion
- Seared and Poached Foie Gras with Fresh Pasta and Sauternes Consommé

Main Course

- Roasted Cod with a Ragout of Lentils and Root Vegetables, Celery Puree, Oxtail and Red Wine Sauce
- Best End of Salt Marsh Lamb with Turnip Gratin, Honey Glazed Turnip, Garlic


- French Farm House Cheeses
- Rhubarb Crumble with Rhubarb Sorbet
- Bitter Sweet Chocolate Tart, Macadamia Nut Mousse and Stout Ice Cream

Additional Information


34 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 2NH

Nearest tube:

Goodge Street
Menu degustation £75 (10 courses)

Starter and main course £49.50
Dessert £10.50

Accompanying Wine Flight for each course £47.00

Average Price:

£45 - £54

Opening times:

Mon-Fri 12.15pm-2.30pm
Mon-Sat 6.15pm-10.45pm

Dress Code:

Smart casual