I have been 7 or 8 times now in the last 2 years and that should be recommendation enough. This is a first class restaurant and never disappoints.
Perfect restaurant for wine lovers!
Really enjoyed our meal here, Had the tasting menu with classic wine. Food was excellent and the wine pairing was very good. Service was good but could have been a little better - we had to ask for side plates for our bread. The only other thing that was disappointing was that on a couple of occasions we didn't get an overview on the glass of wine for a particular course until we had finished it, or we got it retrospectively with the details of the current wine for the current course. I'd prefer to have this when each wine is presented before the course. Otherwise it was lovely and I would eat there again. The Venison was exquisite. Top marks for the Kitchen, front of house needs a small improvement and then both will be perfect.
We had a pleasant lunch at Les 110 des Taillevent, a very elegant restaurant in a great location. The service was welcoming and friendly and our questions about the menu were well answered. There's no doubt that the quality of the food is outstanding but the portions were meagre. We chose our own wine rather than having the wine pairings. We took some advice from the Sommalier, but declined his suggestion of a Greek wine. A recommendation I thought strange in what is a very French restaurant. When the time came to leave we thought the bill expensive for what we had consumed at around £440 for four, admittedly with two modest bottles of wine and another round of drinks.
Overall, its a lovely environment, the food quality is great, and the service friendly and efficient, but don't go there if you're hungry.
Excellent food, paired wine and service. Try the tasting menu. Beautiful presentation and knowledgeable sommelier.
This was my second time at les 110 and the food was as great as I remember from the first time. The concept of matching wines works very well and all dishes served were a work of art and taste. It is expensive but it worth the price fully.
Every year we organise a couple of trips to London and every time we try a different restaurant. For the first time, we all (four of us) said that we don't want to mess around trying to find somewhere else that might live up to expectations. We would head back here without hesitation. Great staff, great food and a very nice ambiance.
An amazing meal from start to finish! This Scottish langoustine raviole with carrot purée was one of my favourites, and looks stunning.
The restaurant has a very smart interior, having the same architect as it’s namesake in Paris. The bar wall is lined by blue/green glass bottles and wood panelling throughout gives a classic feel. The staff were immediately both welcoming and informative, and was excellent throughout the night.
The seasonal tasting menu was just right for the cold autumn/winter ❄️. The foie-gras, passion fruit, mango & toasted brioche was the perfect combination. The diver scallops were cooked with butternut, walnuts & chestnuts and was surprisingly delicious. Another highlight was the Scottish saddle of venison, which was tender and game-y, served with the richest veneer sauce, yum! The first dessert of coconut & mango combo was refreshing, and finishing the meal with a masterful chocolate creation.
Their name comes from having 110 wines on their books (!), too bad I don’t have the enzyme to try all of them. But all I need is a Gruner Veltliner and I’m happy!
Food, service and atmosphere are great. Have been here twice now and not been disappointed.
I just loved the food and the overall experience I had dining at this restaurant. The tasting menu is great value. Every dish was impressive - beautiful clean flavours but with such depth. Oh and I loved the desserts, too!
The food was very good but the attitude of the staff was condescending. We specifically asked to have our pre-dinner drinks before the food and the food and drunks arrived at the same time. We send the food back and continued with our drinks. There is an air of pretentiousness which is annoying and unnecessary. The restaurant would do well to turn off the music too.
Wonderful food. Exceptional wine list. Service is good but sometimes inconsistent.
The place is good with a menu that pairs four different wines with each dish. The prices range from under £10 to over £20 per glass. It goes as high as £ 70 per glass. A bit steep for what is classified as 70cl & 175cl. Also I don't think the wine measure is correct, as I drink by the glass often & I can safely say it was not 175cl. We ordered foie gra & poached egg for starters, both were excellent. For mains we had Sea Bass n Crown of lamb both were delicious. For dessert we ordered Vacherian which she as good n as a surprise I got an addl. dessert as it was my birthday.
Overall I think it definitely is worth the money. Only drawback is the tables are too close for a private talk.
It was an excellent experience and the food in particular was wonderful. My only remark is that when we got our bottle of wine the first course has already been given to us so we had to let it get cold in order to accompany it with the wine.
Went for a quick lunch but ended up having the tasting menu as it looked so inviting. Six courses for £59 plus £45 for wine pairing. An expensive quick lunch but worth every penny. The sommelier was very helpful and knowledgeable as were all the waiting staff. Would recommend and hope to go again.
What a treat. Our server was truly a gem wanted us to be pleased and we were.
So special to taste many wines by the glass throughout our dinner.
Its really hard to quibble with excellence - our dinner and wine pairings were wonderful. Fun to contemplate and a joy to experience. A few minor observations - eg a slow changeover or an oversalted dish - did not diminish from the experience. Highly recommend for foodies.
We had a meal cooked by a kitchen that was seemingly capable but at points did it's best to refute that. Summer salad was good. Bouillabaisse adequate but lacking in depth. Spelt risotto with lobster was too al dente for my fellow diner's palette and over-seasoned. My veal dish was also adequate, sweetbreads cooked well, one piece of veal over cooked the other fine. Strawberry dessert had some nice techniques on show, but dish was overly sweet. The whole wine-pairing schtick is fine I guess: not for me, but a different way to approach the meal, so good for them for thinking differently I suppose. I got the feeling that I caught the kitchen on an off day and that they are capable of much more. 5/10
Excellent food and wine selection. Highly recommend.
The sommelier recommended 3 wines (3 of us) to pair with the 3 cheese selection. It was not clear whether they offer these to share or whether they recommended we have 3 glasses each for our cheese. We assumed the later, but in retrospect we should have asked! Perhaps they could have been clearer with their recommendations. Excellent food and wine. Excellent restaurant.
A very enjoyable lunch, delicious food, beautifully presented.