Planque Restaurant London Review

The Planque restaurant in London defines itself as a “wine drinkers’ clubhouse.” They offer a membership for wine enthusiasts, where people can get together and share their passion for the beverage over fine food and meaningful conversation. They have priority when reserving tables at the restaurant and can attend all wine events. Members can also store their wine in the house cellar and use private dining spaces and the club lounge. 

The restaurant, which seats 40 customers, has an intricate and characteristic design, with simple wooden tables and booths inside a cellar-like architectural wonder. Cobalt blue oval walls surround the large tables in private spaces, creating an intimate environment perfect for long meals with wine and friends. The rest of the area is very homey, perfect for the establishment’s proposal. The decor is simple, with books filling up shelves by the beige walls and bottles of wine lying in the cellar on the back. They also have a store on-site for those who want to take food or wine to go and purchase quality kitchen equipment. Natural light comes in through the large windows.

The food is French-inspired, served to match the wines and environment. Prawn dumplings with consommé or Liver Parfait with terrine are an example of that. You can also savor the grilled lamb cutlets with spring greens and nettles. Maybe go for the Rosella di Lusia with hazelnuts and mandarins, pairing that up with fresh white wine. Their desserts are well spoken of, like the milk chocolate tart with prune ice cream. Think large family Sunday meals, and you will know what to expect.

Planque Bookings

Capital A List members can make bookings for Planque below.

Planque Restaurant London Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: French

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Area: Haggerstone

Address: 322-324 Acton Mews, London E8 4EA, United Kingdom


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