|Monday - Thursday||12:00 - 22:45|
|Friday||12:00 - 23:00|
|Saturday||12:30 - 23:00|
|Sunday||12:30 - 22:30|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||Bond Street|
In order to ensure that your visit is as genuine as the Parisian original, we have taken great care in echoing every aspect of the Paris venue. When you join us, you will find the same classic French brasserie interiors with banquette seating, cheerful paintings of Venetian market scenes, closely spaced wooden tables covered in colourful cloths and topped with white paper, mirrored walls and low lighting. Even the frites have been hand chipped on the premises to the identical dimensions as Paris and of course, the same secret recipe sauce is served with your steak.
We also have a similar policy of no reservations so at peak times, you may have to wait a little while in a queue. Your waitress will ask you how you would like your steak cooked – Blue, Rare, Medium or Well done. After your salad starter, your steak is brought to you in two stages, with one half held back to keep warm, so you can enjoy it at its best and is accompanied with more freshly prepared frites. There is a small selection of wines to accompany yoursteak frites and to round off the meal, you can choose from a selection of cheeses and a dessert list with profiteroles, meringue and other ice cream confections. From a blank piece of paper our aim was to recreate the same dining experience that has delighted customers at the Parisian original for over fifty years.
With a simple offering, prompt service and informal atmosphere, Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte is an ideal place to enjoy a quick and inexpensive meal with friends, family and colleagues.
A little French bistro tucked away behind Marylebone, Le Relais is steak at its purest. With no menu to trawl through, the only decision you need to make is what to drink (a glass of red, naturally) and how you’d like your meat cooked. After a salad starter, your entrecote is served in two - the second half held back to keep warm - with lashings of freshfrites and their secret recipe sauce. Simple yet effective, the food echoes the decor - typically French - whilst attentive waitresses flit around in frilly aprons. It’s a little breath of Paris in London, and you know, c’est la vie.