In February, Balthazar opened with a bang audible from the Eiffel Tower. The younger sister of New York’s glitterati hangout had Londoners battling for reservations like teenage wannabes.
Now the hype’s died down, we can move our attention to London’s more discrete French offerings. One such restaurant is Garnier – a French brasserie that tiptoed into Earl’s Court last summer.
Located a stone’s throw away from the station, it’s owned by well-known restaurateurs Didier and Eric Garnier. The brothers have had their fingers in many pies over the years, including the St Quentin’s Group in Knightsbridge, Le Colombier in Chelsea Square and Racine on the Brompton Road. Read more…
Garnier, 314 Earl’s Court Rd, London SW5 9BQ