Harden's survey result
“Sister restaurant of nearby Casse Croute” that occupies a funny, mock-Tudor building (built as a shelter) on the borders of Tanner Street Park, complete with bar and open kitchen. The traditional Gallic cuisine – though good – lacks the all-round excellence of its sibling: service, though “friendly”, is “a bit more sloppy”; and the environment is “cosy but a little less so”.
“Poulet de Bresse in all its glory” from the spit roast helps earn a big thumbs-up for this “fun sibling to neighbouring Casse-Croute”, which opened last year. “Ebullient service and a winning, laid-back atmosphere” complete the picture.
This proper, French rotisserie from the backers of Bermondsey’s little Parisian bistro Casse-Croute opened just as the survey concluded in May 2017. Just across the road from its sister restaurant, this 40-seater café in Tanner Street Park revolves around spit-roast chicken (geddit), specialising in designer breed Poulet de Bresse.
What aims to be a proper, French rotisserie from the people who brought us Bermondsey’s Casse-Croute – just over the road; this 40-seater café is to revolve around the AOC breed, Poulet de Bresse, and set to open in autumn 2016.
|Wine per bottle||£24.00|
32 Tanner Street, London, SE1 3LD
|Monday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Saturday||9 am‑11 pm|
|Sunday||10 am‑6 pm|