Review on Les 110 de Taillevent
In October 2015, The Gardinier family launched a London outpost called Les 110 de Taillevent, sibling to their famed two-Michelin starred Le Taillevent, near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The Grade II listed building, formerly occupied by Coutts Bank is set on the corner of Harley Street and Wigmore Street, overlooking Cavendish Square Gardens. The slick interiors have been created by the legendary Pierre-Yves Rochon to reflect the wine production process, green for the vine and the earthy tones of the oak barrels. The high ceiling give statue to the room, flooring is laid with marble and specially commissioned artwork adorns the walls, while a huge wall of wine dominates behind the bar. The name of the restaurant is a nod to the 110 wines available by the glass served in 70ml and 125ml measures.
Typical French brasserie fare forms the backbone of the menu kicking off with starters in the shape of duck foie gras, mi-cuit, chutney of quince or crab remoulade, dill and fennel. Main courses pick up the theme with seabass and lemon olive oil dressing or their signature dish le vol au vent, "à la financière" lamb sweetbread and crayfish. Desserts stay close to home with sablé Breton, lemon cream, lime jelly and marshmallow or sphere dark chocolate, poire belle-Helene.
The unparalleled wine cellar created by Pierre Bérot offers a broad range of selections from all the premier growing regions, at all price levels. The restaurant is open all day from breakfast, through to lunch and dinner, as well as showcasing Wine Time, an early evening bar menu of small plates matched to specific wines.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.30am - 2.30pm Mon-Fri
Dinner: 6.00 - 10.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express