Following the success of Chez Antoinette Covent Garden, the husband-wife duo behind the much-loved French eatery has just opened a second site in the heart of London’s Victoria.
Tucked away behind Victoria Street, just minutes from St James’s Park and Victoria station, Chez Antoinette Victoria brings authentic French flavours of long-held family recipes to locals and the surrounding business community, in what is fast becoming one of London’s most vibrant restaurant quartier.
The restaurant offers modern interpretations of classic dishes using highest quality, seasonal ingredients derived from French and local suppliers.
Open Monday to Friday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Saturdays and Sundays for brunch, diners can enjoy French favourites such as Croque Monsieur, Blanquette de Veau, tartines made with toasted organic bread, daily homemade soups, and a selection of freshly-baked desserts and pastries.
To accompany the food, Chez Antoinette has an extensive wine list made up of different boutique and small production vineyards, representing the many regions of France.
Owners Aurelia Delclos and Jean-Baptiste JB Noel (pictured) opened the first restaurant in 2014. Delclos said, “Everything I know about food and dinner parties was taught to me by my beautiful grand-mother, known to all as Antoinette.
'Our menus showcase her love for authentic French cuisine - every dish is prepared with the same love and joy that my Grand-Mère imbibed into our family’s dinners.”