2016 Goût de France Dinner
March 21, 2016
L’Escargot invites you to a very special dinner celebrating the 2016 Goût de France / Good France event
As the United Kingdom’s oldest and most renowned French restaurant, L’Escargot has been chosen to take part in this special day, which will see more than 1700 chefs, in 150 countries celebrate French cuisine and its values of only using quality, fresh ingredients, that are prepared by expert chefs, to the highest standards.
Dinner is priced at £55 per head, with reservations available from 7pm.
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Burns Night Dinner
January 25, 2016
Arrival Drinks from 7pm
Dinner starts at 7.30pm
A French restaurant might seem like an odd choice for a Burns Night supper, but the Auld Alliance has joined the two countries – let’s not forget that Mary Queen of Scots was almost Queen of France.
You will be welcomed with a warming whisky cocktail which will be followed by a three course Scottish feast featuring Cullen Skink, Haggis and Arbroath fish pie.
Lincoln Townley Exhibition - Disappearing Soho
October 13, 2015
In an exhibition timed to coincide with the Frieze Contemporary Art Fair, Lincoln Townley is exhibiting four original artworks form his Disappearing Soho Collection at L’Escargot restaurant on Greek Street.
The choice of venue is no coincidence. L’Escargot is an important part of the history of Soho. Founded in 1896 and originally called Le Bienvenue, the restaurant moved to Greek Street in 1927 and changed its name to L’Escargot.