|Monday - Thusday||12:00 - 21:30|
|Friday||12:00 - 22:30|
|Saturday||18:00 - 22:30|
|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Shoerditch High Street|
Les Trois Garcons is situated in a converted Victorian pub from 1880 in Shoreditch. Hassan, Michel and Stefan acquired the building in 1996 as their home, coming from Malaysia, France and Sweden they find living in a Victorian pub the epitome of Englishness. In 2000 the garcons decided to open the ground floor as a restaurant with the kitchen, chef’s table (a room for up to 10 persons with a one way window overlooking the kitchen) and the wine cellar in the basement. They continue to live on the other 2 floors above. Plans are underway to convert the first floor living room into a bar and reception area for the diners of Les Trois Garcons.
Les Trois Garcons wasn’t always a restaurant. An old Victorian boozer, founders Hassan, Michel and Stefan met as housemates living above it before deciding to convert the ground floor and give Shoreditch something to write home about. Gloriously over the top in its homage to its history, Les Trois Garcons is full of melodramatic decor that really works. As the name suggests, the menu is mostly French but draws on the Malaysian and Swedish influences of the founders, combining herbs and spices from all over the world with prime British ingredients. Splash out at the Chef’s Table for your own private kitchen show. It’s worth it!