17 Feb

littefrench receives glowing review in FT Weekend Magazine

Freddy Bird’s littlefrench received its latest glowing review in last Saturday’s FT Weekend Magazine. For restaurant critic and food writer Tim Hayward, littlefrench is absolutely worth the journey from London to Bristol, where understated yet elegant French cooking awaits with dishes such as Milk-Fed Pyrenean Lamb Chops,  Chanterelle and Beaufort macaronade and Vieille Prune . He bestowed great praise for Freddy’s cooking who he entitled a “Culinary Grand Fromage.”

“With his attention to detail, his clear and apparent love of his craft, and his absurdly labour-intensive, old-fashioned stocks and glazes, Bird nails it.’

This review joins the ranks of others that have sung the praises of Bristol’s latest neighbourhood bistro – including outstanding reviews from Tom Parker Bowles, Marina O’Loughlin and local Bristol food writer Mark Taylor.

littlefrench is a fully independent, family-owned restaurant located in the neighbourhood village of Westbury Park, Bristol. Chef Freddy Bird’s newly opened restaurant is designed to a be a classic local fixture, open 7 days a week offering lunch and dinner Monday to Sunday and breakfast and brunch too at the weekends. It offers unpretentious French food, engaging wines at sensible prices, and most of all a relaxed friendly vibe.

To book a table, please visit the littlefrench website.


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