At Urban Escargot, we deliver excellent food that wows, delights and satisfies.We understand that good service is also important, so we make sure our food is served professionally and, depending upon your preferred approach, in a convivial style.She says, “I usually buy my escargots from snail farmers at weekend markets.
Home to the legendary Selfridges and famous department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams – and if you get off the beaten track by slipping into a side street, such as St Christopher's Place and Berwick Street, you'll find some real treats.
Bond Street and Mayfair are the ideal places to go for some extravagant retail therapy – London's most exclusive shopping area, home to big names, including Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany.
I had a cappuccino soup of fennel and pear, a confit duck leg with fondant potatoes and a candied orange cake. I'd mentioned in my booking it was for my boyfriend's 25th, and his pudding came with a little candle and "happy birthday! The main pudding was just right for a festive lunch without being too rich, and was great value with the set menu. We had the pre theatre menu at L'escargot, and it is stunningly good value. My wife had a lovely crab starter and a very nicely cooked black bass for her main.
Haven't been in years and was pleased to see its as good as, maybe better, than ever. Starters and mains were terrific, desserts were a tiny bit too too sweet for me. I'd 6 oysters and the halibut, which was a little on the dry side. The Toptable 25% discount meant we more or less had a free bottle of Fleurie. Our table was in the rear room as opposed to the one overlooking the street but nicely lit and decorated.
Instead I found an airy shop with baskets stocked with two common varieties of wild French snails—bourgogne and petits gris—rated and priced according to different calibers.” Tags: escargots, French, Paris, snails, takeout This entry was posted on Monday, May 19th, 2008 at pm and is filed under Paris.