A London outpost for (equally tiny) Paris brasserie Ferdi, named for the son of owners Alicia and Jacques Fontanier. The Parisien original is known as a fashionista hang-out so, judging by the location, this place will soon be swarming with the rich and the beautiful too. Walk-ins only at lunch, but bookings will be taken (by text, of course) for dinner.
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Ferdi Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Never been so disappointed by a restaurant. Tiny, cramped, rude staff, pretty average food (and a bizarre menu). What irritated me most was the attitude of the fellow diners. Literally every other diner was on their mobile phone, while one family had actually set up a TV show on an iPad and were playing it full volume. The staff did not bat an eyelid. Contrast that to an experience I had at Lemonia a couple of years ago where they told me off for letting my one year old son watch an I pad at the table. Different cultures... different attitudes to what is civilised behaviour. Ferdi seems to cater to quite a specific market. I won't be going back."