French cuisine is easy to come across anywhere in London. Even if a restaurant isn’t specialised in their gastronomy, it most probably serves some sort of adaptation of their famous foods. Crepes come to mind, as well as ratatouille, quiche, escargots, croissant and some white or red wine.
Year-round French restaurants are also available, and there are plenty that can be considered the creme de la creme. Bar Boulud is a brasserie that offers a mouth-watering coq a vin but can also serve you a burger with foie gras. Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec has a rustic charm unique to French countrysides and will enchant you with its French wine selection and live jazz music. Lastly, Compagnie Des Vins Surnaturels is as Parisian as it gets. A hearty cassoulet can be accompanied by a delicious wine in a picturesque, yet luxurious, find.