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Café du Marché

French Restaurant in London

Café du Marché, 22 Charterhouse Sq, London, EC1M 6DX
020 7608 1609    Email    Website   
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2016 Survey Result
Overall Value
3.5
out of 5
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3.5
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“Well hidden down an alleyway in Smithfield”, this “delightfully tucked-away” stalwart imports the ambience of a rustic French farmhouse to EC1, serving a “solidly Gallic” menu of “classic bistro fare”. By day it’s a business lunch favourite, at night live jazz adds to its “cosy, candlelit and romantic” appeal.
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Owners Description

Le Café du Marché is an independent French restaurant near Smithfield market and the City of London, established in 1986. Tucked down the end of a cobbled mews and housed in a converted warehouse, it is often said to feel like provincial France once inside, with original brick walls, exposed beams, vintage french posters and crisp linen covering the tables. The menu is 2 or 3 courses, composed of classic French dishes and those with a twist, alongside daily changing specials and the legendary La Cote de Boeuf! Comfortable wicker chairs, an extensive wine list and live jazz music in the evenings all contribute to Le Café's relaxed atmosphere and 'bonhomie'. The restaurant is spread over three floors: Le Café on the ground floor, Le Grenier upstairs and Le Rendezvous next door on Charterhouse Street which serves a bistro style menu in a more informal setting.

Features
Business Facilities Yes1
Private Rooms Yes30,60
Last Orders 10 pm
Dress Code -