Pierre Victoire London – French fare at a fair price

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With a rustic French feel, Pierre offers dishes with rich red-wine sauces and tasty meats from much of the spectrum of the French culinary roster.

A night at the theatre is a treat, and an expensive one at that, but don't settle for less on your pre-show meal and head to Pierre Victoire instead. With a rustic French feel, Pierre is all exposed wood and busy walls. Candles light the tables and guests are packed around in tight huddles of murmured conversation and excitement.

It's rare to see this restaurant without bustle, and no surprise too, given that it does two courses of very tasty, authentic French fare for £17.50. This is the ultimate pre or post-theatre meal on a budget without sacrificing the quality or pure vibes.

Opened in 1998 Pierre Victoire writes out its specials on a chalkboard which sees regular changes to the offering meaning the set menu selection has something fresh and exciting every time you visit. Expect dishes with rich red-wine sauces and tasty meats from much of the spectrum of the French culinary roster.

About this spot

5 Dean Street

Sun - Thu 12:00 - 23:00, Thu - Sat 12:00 - 23:30

2 course meal:

£

17.5

+44

1865316616

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