Pique-Nique will be just as authentic as Casse. Owner Hervé Durochat and his team have been renovating an Edwardian building, and the new eaterie will open – as a 40-seater – in early May.
The plan is to offer a daily breakfast menu, with some lighter lunch options than those offered at Casse-Croûte. By far the most exciting thing on the opening menu will be the rotisserie Poulet de Bresse – a breed of chicken exclusively sourced from eastern France. That and a glass of white wine recommended by Durochat’s chosen sommelier, Alex Bonnefoy, already has our mouths watering.
Opening date: 3 May
Time: 8am - 11pm, Daily
Price: £15 - 25 average spend per head
Reservations: We'll update when booking opens
|What||Pique-Nique restaurant, Bermondsey|
32 Tanner Street
SE1 3TD | MAP
|Nearest tube||Borough (underground)|
On 03 May 17, 8am - 11pm, Daily
|Price||£ Too early to tell|
|Website||See their website for more information|