London, 30 November, 2014: "Happy anniversary Gaston!"
One hundred years ago, Gaston Berlemont was born in the well known French House, London. He then became the owner of this mythic establishment nestled in the heart of Soho, the exact spot where, according to the legend, Charles de Gaulle may have written "À tous les Français !" calling for the Résistance.
To celebrate this event, Miss Lunch will be concocting her next Lunch in the Loft in the private rooms
of this historic London location Sunday 30 November, at 1pm on the dot!
A wonderful gastronomic event including many courses will be reserved for the lucky few. Only 16 spots available.
By reservation only.
Price: 100£ / per person (does not include alcohol)
Art and cooking have never been too far away from Miss Lunch. An exhibition of her series "Cooking Combs" will be on show especially for the event, as well as a painting series by Eric Bouchet, entiltled, "Menu Spécial".
RESERVE A SPOT
More info on Lunch in the Loft
The French offers a warm welcome to friends and newcomers alike, together with a choice of thirty superb champagnes and wines by the glass.
Food is served at the bar and upstairs until 4pm from Monday to Friday.
We currently have no positions vacant.
12pm - 11:00pm Monday-Saturday
12pm - 10:30pm Sundays
Phone: 020 7437 2477/2799
Address: 49 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 5BG
We have had to make a decision re the Upstairs bar over Winter.
We will be serving lunch and the menu and wine list will be available early next week. The maximum we can seat on one table is 16, or 24 on three tables.
As to evenings, we cannot take parties over 10 as it overwhelms the room. It is also impossible to hold tables after 7pm as it involves asking people to leave and quite often parties do not arrive.
I am sorry if this causes problems to any one.
Ps we do not have letting bedrooms.
Actors, writers, artists and wits rub shoulders with royalty, bohemians and the film world in this, the most iconic of Soho watering holes. A fabulous and entertaining spot to raise a glass in London, the French House truly deserves its reputation as the best known pub in the world's naughtiest square mile. Its no music, no machines, no television and no mobile phones rule makes it a haven for conversationalists and a firm favourite among some of the best known names in showbusiness.