L’Escargot, London’s oldest French restaurant, has been skilfully restored over the past few months and transformed into the French restaurant you’ve always wanted to discover in Paris! Housed in a 280 year old town house, this famous Soho landmark was established in 1927 by M. Georges Gaudin, and rapidly became the favourite rendez-vous of the French émigré community, socialites, and stars of the local theatres.
Today, the menu highlights classic French bourgeois dishes, and changes frequently.
The restaurant has a distinguished but welcoming wine list that starts at £18.00 a bottle. L’Escargot is open from 8am until midnight, six days a week, and from 11am – 6pm on Sundays.