AssietteAnglaise
Cuisine: Bistro
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Address: 489 Liverpool Road, London N7 8NS

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7609 0300

A French neighbourhood brasserie serving food all day, as well as brunch in the weekends.

Latest reviews of Assiette Anglaise

Zoe_Strimpel

Zoe Strimpel, City A.M.

29 May 2013

My cod with prawn-stuffed courgette flower, which was suffused with marine butter, was pale and cottony, while my guest’s pork was almost cuboid; layer after layer of fibrous belly, served with enormous crackling rounds and green cabbage…

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amol_rajan

Amol Rajan, The Independent

24 March 2013

But the stuff to come here for, and, indeed, to stay all day for, is on the weekend brunch menu. (…) Which rather sums up the place, and ought to persuade punters that the French do fun, easy cooking as well as the tough stuff. For that reason alone, and despite the reggae, this slice of Gallic joy deserves to become a famous London institution…

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andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

1 November 2012

There’s no corner cutting on the £15 for three courses set lunch menu, either. Beetroot, horseradish and  hazelnut salad is a beautifully arranged and perfectly balanced dish, with a sweet dressing offering a counterpoint to the earthy, nutty flavours of the main ingredients. Silken, creamy potato and leek soup gets additional richness from a gently poached egg yolk…

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What the Critics say

Zoe_Strimpel

Zoe Strimpel, City A.M.

29 May 2013

My cod with prawn-stuffed courgette flower, which was suffused with marine butter, was pale and cottony, while my guest’s pork was almost cuboid; layer after layer of fibrous belly, served with enormous crackling rounds and green cabbage…

Read full review »
amol_rajan

Amol Rajan, The Independent

24 March 2013

But the stuff to come here for, and, indeed, to stay all day for, is on the weekend brunch menu. (…) Which rather sums up the place, and ought to persuade punters that the French do fun, easy cooking as well as the tough stuff. For that reason alone, and despite the reggae, this slice of Gallic joy deserves to become a famous London institution…

Read full review »
andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

1 November 2012

There’s no corner cutting on the £15 for three courses set lunch menu, either. Beetroot, horseradish and  hazelnut salad is a beautifully arranged and perfectly balanced dish, with a sweet dressing offering a counterpoint to the earthy, nutty flavours of the main ingredients. Silken, creamy potato and leek soup gets additional richness from a gently poached egg yolk…

Read full review »