2012 Review: The Gallic cuisine is “decent” and the setting is “elegant” too – shame, then, that the main impression some reporters take away from this South Kensington yearling is its “astronomical prices”.
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L’Ambassade de L’Ile was a great exercise in value destruction. Huge amounts of money (some £2m) were spent to convert the formerly rather charming Lundum’s premises, in South Kensington...
Press Reviews (1)
Euan Ferguson (3rd December 2009)
This is the successor to a “spectacularly ostentatious fine-dining French restaurant that cost its backers more than £2.2 million to open, yet lasted little more than a year”. (As the critic sagely notes, “[t]he fact that it was so intrinsically French probably didn’t help”.)