La Petite Poissonnerie
We had amazing experience, food was great, awesome chef, wonderful service. We will definitely book it in future, I can't complain
Oh what an amazing experience! The freshest seafood prepared simply highlighting the freshness and flavour of the seafood. Drinks crafted and perfectly paired. Extremely attentive service by the owner himself who made us feel like visiting family. He explained their approach to the food and the french traditions used.
Simply the best.dining experience i have ever had in London
Wonderful experience. Very convivial and energetic. Lovely to be able to pick your seafood from the boat and watch the preparation at the counter. Great music selection from the chef as well.
Amazing seafood. This was the best meal I’ve ever had. I will fly back to London to eat here again!!! Can’t wait to book the VIP room in the cellar 🍾
I'm almost afraid to write this review since I don't want too many people to find this hidden gem. My wife and I recently visited London and enjoyed Le Petite three times. Yes its that good. Very unassuming storefront and charming interior give way to excellent seafood prepared my owner/chef Nic and his great staff of Roberto, Nicoli and Beatrice.
The menu is great and Nic can create something for you also.
If seafood is on the menu for lunch or dinner go to Le Petite for an excellent meal, great service and good conversation!
Fantastic food and service.
Authentic and fresh fish counter within restaurant so easy to pick the fish one wanted to eat. Great and friendly service with humour but knowledgeable on all the menu. Best fish selection we have found in London. We had oysters, scallop ceviche, fish soup and Dover sole. All outstanding and very fresh and well prepared.
Highly recommend to seafood lovers.
Brilliant little place! Definitely coming here again and again! The service was incredible, the owner was hilarious and really made the evening and his staff were so attentive.
We had a selection of cold seafood and oysters along with some small Plates like cods liver (incredible) and the tuna burger amongst others. So fresh.
We asked the chef to surprise us and make something from the fish selection and he came back with an excellent and deliciously prepared Norwegian halibut in a ratatouille sauce, I cannot express how good this was! The alaskan king crabs legs cooked in a butter sauce was heavenly, woke up having dreamt about it!
All in all, great evening, great ambience, fresh seafood in a relaxed setting, what more could one want. See you soon!
N’hésitez pas..venez, rien que pour l’énergie du patron, toujours souriant.
La Petite Poissonerie is exactly as it sounds. A great little fish restaurant and fishmongers. It is very petite! And it is has an authentic feel.... so don't go expecting high end furnishings and typical London trappings. Service is very friendly and the fish ultra fresh. So it has a charm all of it's own. A great find!
Did not know what we would find , but far exceeded our expectations . A totally different experience of a west end restaurant - so personal it was delightful. We will be returning as soon as we can.
Great food, great service, very strong proposition
From the initial welcome to our departure we were made to feel important and valued. The food choices are wide enough to give a good variety and narrow enough to know that everything is freshly prepared.
The service was friendly and efficient. The staff were prepared to explain dishes and guide us through our choices.
The food was exceptional.
We had a 7:00 PM booking on a Thursday evening, and we were the only customers when we turned up. This could have been a bit off-putting had it not been for the beautiful display of obviously very fresh seafood that greeted us, along with the very personable French owner/chef/host. Small space with a couple of tables (the four of us sat at a nice one in the window) and an 8 seat or so counter on the ground floor where most of the action is (the fish display and much of the cooking). More seating downstairs, which almost seems like a different restaurant. Sit upstairs!
We began with a dozen Irish oysters: delicious, pristine, and expertly shucked. Moved on to assorted tapas-style dishes (smoked cod liver, scallops, shrimp in a coconut-based sauce, ravioli) all of which were delicious.
We then all had the seafood tagliatelle, which was an assortment of shellfish along with a large prawn. Also very tasty. Finished up with some cheese, which was actually baked (not revealed to us when we were asked if we wanted it), and it too was very good.
Fairly priced wine list, with plenty of affordable bottles. We drank a very nice Riesling.
Nice (modern) pub across the street for pre-dinner drinks.
If 4.5 star reviews were permitted, that is what we would have given.
Great little place. We had some amazing King crab, oysters, prawns etc. Had a chat with the owner, friendly and welcoming. We will be back
This is a small but wonderful restaurant, I would recommended sitting at the bar and getting to know the chefs - the experience isn’t complete without them! The food is also incredible and the fish and seafood are of an excellent quality. Every course I had was worth it to the extreme. Amazing restaurant.
A gem of a team, a gem of a place! Chef/owner Nic « Rascal » knows his fish and shellfish, and will whip up anything — from the menu or bespoke — in minutes. We had dinner there, on a Saturday night, managing to secure last minute counter seating. We had oysters — super Irish and Maldon, a sea bass carpaccio, sea bass ravioli, whelks, clams, shrimp... we couldn’t stop eating as everything was so fresh and perfectly prepared. The Picpoul de Pinet white was the perfect pairing. Then came the ultimate French touch: the warm Saint Marcelin cheese, a beauty, with a small production Pinot Noir from the South of France — an unusual grape for these terroirs, but it was delicious nonetheless. To crown everything up, a refreshing, tangy Yuzu sorbet served with yuzu infused sake. Wow. This place has been selling fresh fish and seafood to the Marylebone / Primrose Hill community for five years, but the restaurant opened only three months ago — hurry!, as I suspect we are soon going to see long waiting lists to get a table!
This is a small , charming and very French fishmonger/restaurant. We were greeted by smiling friendly staff and treated to the most delicious seafood meal , a seabass cerviche starter and an outstanding bouillabaisse left no room for a dessert !
Excellent small Seafood restaurant with friendly personal service by the owner and other employees
The octopus carpaccio was outstanding as well as a selection of seafood
Good selection of wines
Not what I had expected... although that wasn’t a bad thing! There are just 3 or 4 tables in the ‘restaurant’ as essentially this is a fishmonger. The service is good and courteous, the food is delicious, whether it is fresh seafood or a sea bass ravioli with some nice desserts available. It’s fantastic for a quiet business discussion as I was having and the price is not excessive either.
It was a really good suprise!
Products are top grade, you can see them (display on ice) before enjoying them raw (oysters...) or cooked (fish whole or in fillet).
The ambiance is cool and cosy.
It will probably become THE place to eat fish.
Oh, and last but not least, it is not overpriced.
I'll be back there soon.
Best oyster bar in London!! Nick was effervescent and truly loves what he does,,, evident in the quality and ambiance the restaurant exudes. Don’t let the “bare bones” facade fool you. The Dover Sole could rival Le Duc in Paris or Le Bernadin in nyc. A gem to discover. Bravo
We had a great evening out there the other night. We will go back the next time we are in London. I recommend sitting at the "kitchen bar"....the owner and chef will cook you whatever you want!! Lots of interesting convo with him and the other patrons. Great place to go for a date :)
One of the best restaurants in London.
The best seafood I've had in London and beyond. Can go head to head with any Michelin star restaurant in the world.
The owner is extremely friendly and the cozy atmosphere makes you feel you are having dinner at a friend's place.
Add to the above the extremely fresh ingredients, great wine and alcohol list and you get our new favourite restaurant in London.
Our group of 2 was seated in the basement room near the bar. The area is definitely cozy with just 2 tables for two and a counter for 3 and the bar. Another room has more seating. People were also eating outdoors and the ground-level room had a few tables. That said, whole fish, shellfish and other seafood is on an ice display near the entry. We enjoyed oysters (a couple different kinds) and the baked shrimp with peppers as appetizers. Then had the bouillabaisse for main course. Everything was very fresh and good.
We had excellent food and drinks, will come back here very soon