La Petite Maison – London

Being fashionable has to do with more than just dressing well.  It has to do with living a stylish lifestyle.

I always find it important to indulge in each cities most raved about restaurants, sampling their cuisine and taking a moment to indulge in heaven.  Because that is what is after all, ‘Heaven.’

Thanks to my dear friends and gracious hosts while staying in London during fashion week for they knew exactly where to take me in order to satisfy my taste buds.  La Petite Maison London served plate after plate of delectable dishes.  With outposts in Nice and Dubai, I can only hope they reciprocate the same level of sophistication as I am told the New York location cannot compete.

My most favorite tantalizing dishes consisted of the Carpaccio de Boeuf and Carpaccio de Coquilles St Jacques to start, the Côtelettes d’Agneau avec Aubergine and Gnocchi à la Tomate Fraîche Pimentée as a main and the only dish to have for dessert is the Pain Perdu et sa Glace aux Epices.  That said, I enjoyed every plate we ordered and I would not hesitate to order them all again.

Although Cecconis is the see and be seen spot in London, La Petite Maison London offers unparalleled cuisine that will keep you too busy to look up from your plate.  Bisous NYS

La Petite Maison London

Menu – “Tous Celebres Ici” Everyone is famous here

La Petite Maison Menu

Carpaccio de Boeuf – Lightly Cured Sirloin with a Pickle Dressing

Crevettes Tièdes à l’Huile d’Olive – Warm Prawns with Olive Oil

Carpaccio de Coquilles St Jacques – Carpaccio of Scallops

A South of France staple – Pissaladière – Onion Tart with Anchovies

Gnocchi à la Tomate Fraîche Pimentée – Gnocchi with Cherry Tomato Garlic and Parmesan

Côtelettes d’Agneau avec Aubergine – Grilled Lamb Cutlets with Smoked Aubergine

Canard a l’Orange – Slow Cooked Duck Legs with an Orange Glaze

The must have dessert – Pain Perdu et sa Glace aux Epices – French Toast with Spice Ice Cream


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