Lizzie Eats Le Querce

Leading London food blogger (and New Cross denizen) Hollow Legs is the latest person to give Le Querce the thumbs up. You can read her verdict here.

Spoiler alert:

"Whilst I wouldn't recommend you hike across London to visit if you lived in, say North West London, it's a great neighbourhood restaurant for us South East dwellers and somewhere I'll definitely return."

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

love this restaurant - food is awesome - has to be a treat tho as is at top end of my budget for a local eat out. Highly recommend

Anonymous said...

I agree. It is a lovely place to dine and the food is delicious and excellent value for money. Plus the service is superb

Richard said...

I've said it a million times, a brilliant, brilliant restaurant. It's criminal I don't go there more often.

oryx said...

A well-deserved excellent review.

We went on New Year's Eve and had the eleven course (!) tasting menu. If it wasn't the best meal I've ever had, it was in the top three.

I hate the phrase 'to die for' but it does sort of describe their lasagne.....

Hugh said...

Might give this a go, never having heard of this place although an absolute martyr for Babur over the street.

Anyone know how busy it is at weekends? Was thinking it might be a good place to meet a friend for lunch.

mintness said...

As a name, "Le Querce" has always sounded a little off-putting to me, possibly due to its similarity to certain slang terms for them there female bits and bobs.

Brockley Nick said...

Mulva?

mintness said...

Touché. :-) (But only with permission, natch.)

Hugh said...

'S natch that you should even think of that.

Anonymous said...

groan

Hugh said...

You like it that way, huh?

Lizzie said...

Thanks for posting my review. Hugh - I think it's definitely advisable to book, as it can get pretty busy.

Anonymous said...

The food is so fresh, they bake their own organic bread, make fresh ravioli and gnocchi (absolutely delicious) and some crazy flavoured ice creams. We are an Italian family and really didn't expect to find such a good Italian restaurant so close to where we live, we went to the one in Blackheath and have booked to go back for a party of 20 in 3 weeks time, they have a room upstairs for private parties. It's my mother in law's 80'th birthday and we were going to have the party at home or go to The Ritz for Afternoon Tea, but the food, service and value for money is so good at Le Querce we decided to go there instead.

If you're looking for authentic, fresh, delicious Italian food then this is the place for you.

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