Our new home in pictures

Today marks our first day off for weeks so this shan’t be too lengthy a post. We just wanted to thank you all for your patience and support while we’ve been absorbed in the crazy business of setting up FRENCH & GRACE.

Designing and building a beautiful, functional restaurant in a run-down arcade, with only 191 square feet to play with, has been a challenging, exhausting and exhilarating experience, to say the least. The process has aged us prematurely, ruined our hands, killed our social life and stopped us sleeping but, as we open the shutters to the restaurant we’ve dreamed about for years, we could not be prouder.  We’re looking forward to staying still for a while and getting back to our duties of cooking and sharing recipes here on the blog where the journey began.

People came, people cleared their plates and licked their lips, people read the papers and people said thank you. This made us happy! See you soon.

F & G

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9 Responses to Our new home in pictures

  1. Yogi Kitchen says:

    Congratulations, it looks amazing! We can’t wait to try it when we are back in London.

  2. Yum. It looks beautiful in pictures and in real life.

  3. ef899 says:

    Well done! Don’t work too hard 🙂

  4. saladclub says:

    Thank you, kind peeps. We’re like beaming proud parents! F & G xx

  5. SB says:

    congratulations, we ate here on saturday, food was delicious and great service to boot, nice work

  6. Vix says:

    I was just down at Brixton market the other day for the first time. Went to Kao Sarn Thai which was nice although nothing exceptional. I will have to come and try your new place next time I am there!

  7. Romanian mum says:

    Good luck to you!Will come and visit when down to Brixton. We only live in Streatham

  8. IDA says:

    Just love your place. Fund you a cold and rainy May day – and were served the most inspiring and great tasting food. Next time in London we’ll be back, bringing our London based son.

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