Soho's popular Cafe Gourmand, Fortess Road's newest eatery Patron will serve up classic French dishes in cosy, Parisian-style surrounds.
Cafe Gourmand is owned and run by Jean-Francois and Tanzi, a French-English couple with a passion for bistro dining in the classic French style. With wooden tables jostling for space under low light, Café Gourmand evoke a world far away from the bustle of Lexington Street, and the owners hold the same ambition for Patron.
Decked out with trinkets from the couple's summer holidays motoring through France, and presided over by a hand-crafted marble-topped bar, Patron will serve up French classics both as small plates and mains – stop by for a bite of steak tartare, camembert fondue, or something from the charcuterie, or stay a little longer for côte du boeuf or duck confit.
A quaint new addition to Kentish Town's food scene, Patron Cave à Manger provides – like its Soho sister – a cosy, intimate spot for anything from a mid-morning coffee to a light afternoon bite.
|What||Patron Cave À Manger Kentish Town|
|Where||Patron Cave à Manger, 26 Fortess Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 2HB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Tufnell Park (underground)|
20 Mar 15 – 29 Feb 16, 10:00 AM – 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here to go to the Patron website.|