I first noticed Balthazar when holidaying in New York, but never got the chance to visit, so I was excited when I learned there was a branch in London’s Covent Garden too. Balthazar is an all-day brasserie, where great French
The original Boulestin was opened in 1927 by Frenchman Xavier Marcel Boulestin. The first TV cook, Boulestin’s restaurant became famous as the most expensive place to eat in all of England, and lived on until the end of last century.
When you know you want a late-breakfast-early-lunch, but don’t know where to go, these East London spots will fill a hole – and do it while looking damn fine décor-wise too. #1 Bistrotheque Betweeen Victoria Park and London Fields in