Chef owner Jerome Tauvron has trained with some of the top French chefs in all of France and has been head chef at many exclusive restaurants (his profile is worth reading), and this is his flagship place as an owner.  With full creative license to put anything fresh on the menu, Jerome   combines his love for fresh herbs and bold spices in wonderful combinations and pairings for some really fabulous food.  The word is truly out about L’Etranger as its booked each night of the week fully, so you definitely want to call ahead for a table a few days in advance, trust me, it’s worth it!

Chef Tauvron shows his passion not only with the unique menu, but with an extremely impressive wine list.  The surprising thing about the wine list was it was very affordable and offered excellent pairing options.  The commitment and passion is also applied to the front of the house as the service is spectacular.  And extremely knowledgeable staff that really recommend just the right combinations and menu items to make your meal perfect.  Yes the only thing not French was the service I’m happy to say.  However don’t overlook the Japanese influence.

Head Chef , Sang Keun Oh has brought the level of value up with his offerings, and may I suggest the caramelized Black Cod with Miso, to die for!  The sushi was also very fresh and well prepared, each plate was styled and the food looked as good as it tasted.  Once you have finished your relocation to London, you must check this restaurant find out for yourself.


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