Bellanger
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Address: 9 Islington Green, London N1 2XH

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7226 2555

All-day French restaurant serving Alsation cuisine on Islington Green from the team behind The WolseleyBrasserie Zédel, The Delaunay and Fischers. Open till midnight Monday to Saturdays.

Latest reviews of Bellanger

Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

21 January 2016

The gratin de ravioles du Royans is what happens when cheese and parsley-stuffed ravioli is baked in a skillet with yet more cheese and parsley — ie, terrific fun, but nothing that will make zipping up one’s jeans easier. A pot of coq au Riesling for two went marvellously with pommes aligot and sauerkraut…

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Tania Ballantine, Time Out

12 January 2016

The food – a Venn diagram of French, German and Alsatian – is simple, yet flawless. If Angela Merkel and François Hollande embarked upon an illicit affair (please God, no), this would be where they’d eat…

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Tim Hayward

Tim Hayward, Financial Times

8 January 2016

The smoked ham hock looked good but had been desalted into anonymity, and two types of garlic sausage had been subdued with excessive force.  (…) There is a whiff at Bellanger of the gaiety and grandeur to which it aspires but underneath is stolid mediocrity…

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What the Critics say

Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

21 January 2016

The gratin de ravioles du Royans is what happens when cheese and parsley-stuffed ravioli is baked in a skillet with yet more cheese and parsley — ie, terrific fun, but nothing that will make zipping up one’s jeans easier. A pot of coq au Riesling for two went marvellously with pommes aligot and sauerkraut…

Read full review »
Time_out

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

12 January 2016

The food – a Venn diagram of French, German and Alsatian – is simple, yet flawless. If Angela Merkel and François Hollande embarked upon an illicit affair (please God, no), this would be where they’d eat…

Read full review »
Tim Hayward

Tim Hayward, Financial Times

8 January 2016

The smoked ham hock looked good but had been desalted into anonymity, and two types of garlic sausage had been subdued with excessive force.  (…) There is a whiff at Bellanger of the gaiety and grandeur to which it aspires but underneath is stolid mediocrity…

Read full review »