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CÉRÈS

London

CÉRÈS

BEST NEW BISTRO

CÉRÈS

SHORTLISTED BY BISTRONAUT #6

WHO
Camille Tardieu, who previously hosted supper clubs by the name of Southbound, started a Kickstarter campaign that resulted in the successful opening of her own restaurant.

FOOD
Fennel salad that doesn’t surprise or disappoint (yes, it comes with fresh orange) – £6
Two rustic marrow-filled roasted bones served with Padrón peppers – £3.5
Meaty mushroom ceviche topped with pea shoots and a crispy enoki delight – £11
Sirloin tartare that couldn’t be any fresher or Frencher – £12
Creamy swordfish pasta of the Sicilian variety – £15

DRINKS
A manageable selection of southern wines and a few surprises from France, Sicily, Sardinia and Greece.
Hibiscus margarita – £8.5
Organic Nero d’Avola Vitese Colomba Bianca from Sicily by the bottle (and the glass) – £25

DECOR
Simple mid-century furniture that gives your brain and culinary experience space to breathe. No clutter, no pretension.

NOISE
Soothing sounds from a stereo somewhere that might as well be the sea, pleasantly creating a backdrop for your dinner companion’s conversation.

SEATING
Wooden and modern. You won’t fall asleep here, but you will eat comfortably.

VIBE
Finally, a restaurant that lets you eat and converse without waiters performing verbal circus tricks to forcibly focus your attention exclusively on the artistry of the plates. Reassuring.

SERVICE
A one (wo)man show. You’ll count her among your friends by the end of your stay.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To somebody who you wish well, with whom you’d like to converse and who you know well enough to not really need to impress with any lions.

WHO
Camille Tardieu, who previously hosted supper clubs by the name of Southbound, started a Kickstarter campaign that resulted in the successful opening of her own restaurant.

FOOD
Fennel salad that doesn’t surprise or disappoint (yes, it comes with fresh orange) – £6
Two rustic marrow-filled roasted bones served with Padrón peppers – £3.5
Meaty mushroom ceviche topped with pea shoots and a crispy enoki delight – £11
Sirloin tartare that couldn’t be any fresher or Frencher – £12
Creamy swordfish pasta of the Sicilian variety – £15

DRINKS
A manageable selection of southern wines and a few surprises from France, Sicily, Sardinia and Greece.
Hibiscus margarita – £8.5
Organic Nero d’Avola Vitese Colomba Bianca from Sicily by the bottle (and the glass) – £25

DECOR
Simple mid-century furniture that gives your brain and culinary experience space to breathe. No clutter, no pretension.

NOISE
Soothing sounds from a stereo somewhere that might as well be the sea, pleasantly creating a backdrop for your dinner companion’s conversation.

SEATING
Wooden and modern. You won’t fall asleep here, but you will eat comfortably.

VIBE
Finally, a restaurant that lets you eat and converse without waiters performing verbal circus tricks to forcibly focus your attention exclusively on the artistry of the plates. Reassuring.

SERVICE
A one (wo)man show. You’ll count her among your friends by the end of your stay.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To somebody who you wish well, with whom you’d like to converse and who you know well enough to not really need to impress with any lions.

CHEF

Camille Tardieu

OPENING DAYS

From Tuesday to Saturday for dinner, lunch service on Saturdays. 

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