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August 2017: After 10 years L'Autre Pied closes its doors on 9 September 2017.

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Summary

“The more casual baby sister of Pied à Terre” is “everything a top restaurant should be, but with no fuss” – providing “outstanding cuisine” at “a very reasonable price”, plus “professional yet informal service”. But not everyone’s wowed by the “slightly cramped” and low-key interior.

£80
Very Good
Very Good
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“Tremendous”, “high-quality” cuisine (including “bargain tasting menus with excellent wine flights”) ensures that Pied à Terre’s “first-class” Marylebone spin-off continues to “punch above the weight” of its small (“slightly dull and cafe-like”) premises.

£81
Very Good
Very Good
Good
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“Colours, tastes and textures are beautifully combined” to create “exciting and delicious” dishes, at Pied à Terre’s Marylebone offshoot; shame about the interior, though – critics say it has “all the ambience of a railway café”.

£80
Very Good
Very Good
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

Summary

“Each plate is like performance art”, say fans of Pied à Terre’s Marylebone sibling, where the tasting menu in particular is “imaginative and sublime”; the room, though, can feel rather “bland”.

£78
Very Good
Very Good
Average
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

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Owner's description

 


L'Autre Pied, the sister restaurant of highly acclaimed Pied à Terre, is an independently owned gastronomic restaurant located in fashionable Marylebone, London W1.


 


Its doors opened in late 2007, under the backing of David Moore, wanting to create a local neighbourhood restaurant with a stripped back feel but with stunning food. Within its first year, the restaurant received a string of accolades, including Square Meal's "Best New Restaurant" Spring 2008; Time Out Eating and Drinking Award "Best New Restaurant 2008"; and the UK Good Food Guide "Upcoming Chef of 2008".


 


The restaurant continues to go from strength to strength under the guidance of Andy McFadden, co-owner and current executive head chef at Pied-a-terre.  


 



2017 see’s Andy hand over the reins at l’autre Pied to his long standing sous chef from Pied-à-terre, Asimakis Chaniotis 

Restaurant details

Highchair, Portions,
Yes
Yes
10.30 pm

L’Autre Pied Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of L’Autre Pied Restaurant in W1, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of L’Autre Pied restaurant.
Kerry R
This restaurant used to be really good with...
Reviewed 9 months, 21 days ago

"This restaurant used to be really good with top notch service. Food is still good but it is now overpriced and poor value. Even more galling is the habit (which should be STOPPED) of adding 12.5% service to the total price including wine. I don't have a problem paying for service for food but the wine inflates the total bill . and the service abominable. the sommelier didn't have a clue about wine selection; in fact, the sommelier doubles as maitre 'd. this restaurant has really lost its way. perhaps they have depended too much on Groupon!"

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5-7 Blandford St, London, W1U 3DB
Opening hours

lunch: noon - 2.15 pm dinner: Mon-Sat 6 pm - 10.45pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm

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