FRENCHIE is officially back – reopening on Friday, 4th September – with an exclusive offer and a brand-new terrace, ready to welcome guests back into the Frenchie fold. After an extended summer holiday of sorts, the much-loved Covent Garden restaurant, FRENCHIE is thrilled to announce the reopening of its doors on Friday 4th September 2020. Alongside a brand-new terrace on cobbled and pedestrianised Henrietta Street, they are launching new menus, with creations from chef patron Gregory Marchand sitting alongside his famed classics. To celebrate and thank London for its continued support, the restaurant will be offering guests a complimentary glass of fizz or wine when booking a table Sunday-Wednesday, during the month of September. Guests need to just quote ‘FRENCHIE IS BACK’ at the time of booking. They are also running two set menus: 3 courses for £32, or 2 for £29 – brilliant value dining in the heart of Covent Garden. New dishes include Brandade Croquettes and Tartare sauce, a Smoked Lamb Ragú Pappardelle, Kalamata Olives and Confit Lemon, and Woolley Park Farm Duck, Piquillo Purée, Carrot and Burnt Paprika. Well-loved Frenchie classics are here to stay with their Bacon Scones served with Maple Syrup and Cornish Clotted Cream, Duck Foie Gras Presse, and their sell-out Banoffee, Nutmeg and Caramelised Pecan. […]

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