I am back for the first post of this year! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas break and I take that opportunity to wish you a happy new year 🙂
I am starting the year with some yumminess by sharing with you a charming little foodie address in London: Chez Antoinette, which I had the chance to try during one of Les Filles 2 Londres events a few months ago. Chez Antoinette is a little peaceful place which opened a little bit than a year ago in one of Covent Garden market ground arcades. Inside, the atmosphere is characteristic of the traditional French countryside houses with its whitened stoned walls, the rustic furniture as well as the vintage crockery and decoration (toile de Jouy on the walls, old copper pots etc.). You can taste organic bread tartines along with French specialties (cheeses, delicatessen etc.) and associated with local ingredients. It is simple, fresh and delicious! On top of that, you can also finish with a little touch of sweetness with homemade desserts and especially mini brioches including the famous sugared almond brioche from Lyon! Aurélia, expatriated in London but originally from Lyon used to be an architect who started this adventure with Marion, who was trained at Paul Bocuse, in the kitchen, actually chose the name of the restaurant in reference to her grand mother Antoinette. Chez Antoinette is definitively an address not to miss to discover French flavours or when feeling homesick 🙂 On top of that, this tiny restaurant is perfectly located for a little gourmet break after a walk in Covent Garden area.
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Unit 30, The Market
WC2E 8RE London
Have a nice day!