Pique-Nique is just as authentic as Casse. Owner Hervé Durochat and his team have been renovating an Edwardian building, and the new eatery has now opened, and it's similarly as intimate as Casse, housing only forty seats.
The plan is to offer a daily breakfast menu, alongside lighter lunch options than those offered at Casse-Croûte, and an evening a La Carte.
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: May 15th
Time: 9am - 10pm, daily, except Sundays: 9am - 5pm
Price: £15 - 25 average spend per head
Reservations: 020 7403 9549
|What||Pique-Nique restaurant, Bermondsey|
32 Tanner Street
SE1 3TD | MAP
|Nearest tube||Borough (underground)|
On 15 May 17, 9am - 10pm Mon - Sat, 9am - 5pm Sunday
|Price||£ Too early to tell|
|Website||See their website for more information, and book online using the telephone number above|