The second of our French restaurants in London, Le Restaurant de PAUL brings a contemporary burst of colour and energy to Old Broad Street, with modern all-day dining featuring authentic French cuisine as well as a destination wine, champagne and cocktail bar and an in-house bakery. Equidistant between Liverpool Street and Bank stations, we are open on weekdays from early morning until late evening for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and drinks. Happy Hour is from 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm, when you can enjoy any of our cocktails for just £5.00. Our wine bar offers a carefully chosen list of regional French red, white and rosé wines along with a selection of premium champagnes. We also offer a range of house cocktails such as the signature L’Avion Blue, the Negroni Lavande or the Martini Café. Closest stations are Bank (Central, Northern and District Lines and DLR) and Liverpool Street (Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines and national rail). There are 88 seats in the restaurant, 20 seats at the bar and a further 24 seats on the terrace. Disabled access available. Free wi-fi.
Le Restaurant de PAUL Tower 42 Restaurant Diner Reviews
"It's a lovely place, reasonable service and half decent French food. That's the problem, as a French boulangerie it's croissants should be fresh, and viennoiseries glistening and well baked. They were invested a bit like taking a supermarkets down the road and putting them on a plate. Fortunately good company rescued the disappointing food"
Harden's survey result
Fans of the Covent Garden HQ of the well-known pâtisserie chain say that, away from the bakery counters, its civilised, traditional dining room “deserves to be taken seriously” as a Theatreland destination in its own right, for an “authentically Gallic” light bite or afternoon tea. There is also a year-old, much more contemporary-style outpost in the City’s Tower 42.
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