Pique Nique
The Facts
NAME: Pique-Nique
IT'S: An all day French bistro and rotisserie restaurant in Bermondsey

16-05-2017

OPENED: May 16th, 2017
WHO'S BEHIND IT: The owners of Casse-Croûte, just over the road
DID YOU KNOW: Poulet de Bresse has 'controlled designation of origin' status meaning it can legally only be produced in a certain area of France
ADDRESS: Tanner Street Park, SE1 3LD
CLOSEST TUBE: Borough or London Bridge
OPENING TIMES: Monday-Saturday 9am-10pm; Sunday 9am-5pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram

Pique-Nique

OPENED 159 DAYS AGO

Pique-Nique is a new restaurant from the owner of Casse-Croûte in Bermondsey, open just across the road.

The main draw here is the rotisserie, which we’re very excited about and the menu is chock-full of French bistro classics.

The Spot:

They’ve renovated an unused building on Tanner Street, just over the road from Casse-Croûte. It seats 40 and has an all-day cafe vibe – a relaxed and informal space for all-day dining.

The Food:

It’s all about the rotisserie at Pique-Nique so you’ll find lots of meaty dishes and juicy, crisp-skinned birds, including Poulet de Bresse, a French breed of chicken raised in the Bresse region of France.

They’re getting involved with a current London food trend too, pate en croûte (they also do a stunning version at Holborn Dining Room) which we’ve been gawping at photos of on Instagram. The head chef is Sylvian Soulard, who is also the head chef at Casse-Croûte, and he’s packed the menu full of beautiful house-made sausages, souffles and other French bistro classics.

Pate en Croute

The Drinks:

You won’t be surprised to learn that it’s all French here, and there’s a lovely wine list of reasonably priced bottles from small producers that you may not have tried before.

In a Nutshell:

We love this kind of classic comfort food. This is the French bistro you always wanted to find in France, now open in London.

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The Facts
NAME: Pique-Nique
IT'S: An all day French bistro and rotisserie restaurant in Bermondsey

16-05-2017

OPENED: May 16th, 2017
WHO'S BEHIND IT: The owners of Casse-Croûte, just over the road
DID YOU KNOW: Poulet de Bresse has 'controlled designation of origin' status meaning it can legally only be produced in a certain area of France
ADDRESS: Tanner Street Park, SE1 3LD
CLOSEST TUBE: Borough or London Bridge
OPENING TIMES: Monday-Saturday 9am-10pm; Sunday 9am-5pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram
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