• SQUAREMEAL

    “Wonderful modern French food” is the attraction at Le Vacherin, which also wins praise for its “consistently good service” and “warm, intimate, romantic ambience”. The clean lines, authentic trappings and white linen tablecloths lend a Parisian air to this dyed-in-the-wool bistro, which is “great for a celebration” as well as a cosy dinner à deux. Chef Malcolm John’s menu is classic and elegant, from starters of escargots de Bourgogne or seared foie gras with boudin blanc to suprême of sea trout with crayfish and crab bisque or an assiette of duck with preserved cherries. Sharing options including rock oysters, pot au feu or chateaubriand add to the romance, and desserts stay with the classics – think apricot tarte Tatin or crème brûlée with orange madeleines. Also check out the “incredible steak-frites offer”. The wine list favours France, but doesn’t exclude the rest of the world – note the selection of the month Read Article

  • Our Fishmonger

    All fish are hand cut in house to make sure you get the best! Take a look at our video Video

  • West London love-in as top chefs cook up their roasts with the most

    The culinary stars of London’s deep south west are coming together for a roasting Read Article

  • The Time Out Love London Awards 2016

    Croydon Brasserie has been shortlisted in the Timeout Love London awards. Vote for us View Interview

  • Croydon Alms house for the Whitgift Foundation

    A few photos of the traditional English lunch we served to guests earlier this week at Croydon Alms house for the Whitgift Foundation shown above.

  • Le Vacherin named in Zagat's Top 5 French Bistros in London

    "Can't be faulted" say supporters of the "reliable" French cooking and "fantastic Parisian atmosphere" at this "charming", "quiet" bistro just "off the main track" in Chiswick; "unobtrusive service" and a "fab wine list" bolster the feeling that, though prices are a "bit on the expensive side", "what you get is definitely worth paying for"

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  • Reception for British-Caribbean communities

    The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall host a reception at St. James's Palace for British Caribbean communities.

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  • The Harpers Awards 2013

    The Harpers Awards are once again looking to celebrate and reward the very best in the UK wine and spirits industry.

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  • Seasonal Suggestions

    In the run-up to Christmas, one of the most profitable seasons of the year, there are plenty of awareness campaigns to bring in more customers. During the whole of November, there’s World Vegan Month while British Sausage Week (also in November) is an opportunity to serve sausages in different ways from stews to bangers and mash; and National Eating Week at the end of the month will be encouraging consumers to dine out.

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  • Nobody died – Too Many Critics cook-off declared a triumph

    Chefs judging the critics included Cyrus Todiwala of Café Spice Namaste, Anna Hansen of Modern Pantry and Malcolm John of Le Vacherin. I spotted Masterchef 2012 winner Shelina Permalloo, and runner-up Andrew Kojima, as well as 2010 winner Dhruv Baker among the guests. Too Many Critics is an occasional event – and a brilliant occasion. If you didn’t go this year, look out for it when it next emerges. After all, although no one died (from murderousness in the kitchen ...

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