Fabulous meal! Great wine selection! Always a favourite with us - unpretentious, authentic French food from one of our favourite areas in France. 👍
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Bland, tasteless food!! French food is allegedly a gastronomic experience and Petit Paris and le Bistrot Pierre try hard to prove this. French Living falls way short. If you want good food this is not the place to go. Avoid at all costsMore
I am sorry you felt the need to write this, but I am also extremely grateful to you for highlighting the widespread misconception of what French food is all about. Have you watched the Hairy Bikers Tour of the Mediterranean on the TV at the...More
Have been going to French Living for nearly as long as it has been open, and have never had other than a really nice experience. This visit was with a couple of friends, but over the years we have gone with a group of 14,...More
Great food from great people. Tartiflette for me and salmon in lobster bisque sauce for her with a bottle of Cahors to share. Well worth a visit.
Thank you for the praise and recommendation. Very much appreciated!
Whenever I have a French meal I wonder why I bother eating anything else. French Living is a classic unpretentious bistro where you can get a perfect omelette and a really good house red. This is a good value lunch menu à prix fixe with...More
We were recommended Bistro Pierre but it looked a bit touristy for our liking so found this place on Tripadviser. We were pleasantly surprised that we could have the pre theatre menu which was excellent value for money. The portion sizes were generous for the...More
So happy you found us and enjoyed the experience. I do hope you come back again!
We contacted the restaurant in advance to let them know we had some out of date vouchers to visit. The team were fantastic and said they’d accept these even though they were out of date. The food was amazing, it is a gorgeous quaint little...More
It's an odd little place. There is one cramped women's toilet for the whole restaurant and the seating areas were also a little cramped. The restaurant was quite chilly which is unusual. Not much choice on the menu. Bread was nice. Chicken was not so...More
Tuesday. 1pm. Surprisingly busy. Turned up on spec. Love the decor, which certainly feels French café and loads to look at while dining alone. I asked if I could get lunch within an hour: no problem. I was shown the very reasonable price lunch menu....More