Les Trois Garcons, Shoreditch 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 and they continue to live on the other 2 floors above.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“It’s been nearly a decade since Les Trois Garcons first opened its doors. And during this time, nearly every restaurant in town has paid homage to its exaggerated chic style – some taxidermy here, a bejewelled gee gaw there. But no one has done it with as much verve as the triumvirate behind this ultra-deluxe bistro” -SQUARE MEAL
“Behind the sober facade of a converted East End pub, Les Trois Garcons is a paean to decorative excess. Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling interspersed with rows of vintage handbags, while stuffed animals perch on the bar or crane from walls, swathed in costume jewellery. Its surreal but harmonious, with mellow wood panelling and dim lighting to offset the flourishes. There’s more to this place than appearances, though. Rich classical French cuisine is tempered with modern British influences and simple but impeccably sourced ingredients…A fiercely popular venue.” -TIME OUT
“It’s like walking into a fairy tale when you enter this very quirky East End fixture whose “crazy” decor – from a giraffe’s head to hanging hand bags makes it a great choice for a date” -HARDENS