London Restaurants


  • 4 Bathurst St. Map It
  • Hyde Park
  • French

Published 08/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Owner, sommelier, and former pro-rugby union player Thierry Tomasin scores a brilliant individual try at this upmarket French brasserie near Lancaster Gate and Hyde Park. Styled with swirly art nouveau mirrors and button-back banquettes in a 200-year-old converted former pub, Angelus has a rep for unrivaled Parisian-style brasserie de luxe dishes; the ducks liver crème brûlée, egg cocotte, frogs' legs, saddle of lamb, or Grand Marnier soufflé are as good as they get. Classy £14 breakfasts, all-day brunch (10–10), and light bites like three-egg omelet and truffled brioche steak sandwiches are well conceived, and service is notoriously—how should we say this?—Gallic! Ex-Le Gavroche sommelier Tomasin is sure to Umm and Ahh!, shrug, sniff, gently smile, and then select an absolutely cracking bottle from the extensive and mainly French-focused wine list and Tomasin's opus and all-round master work.

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4 Bathurst St., London, W2 2SD, England

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Published 08/18/2015


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