Take a stroll down Monmouth Street, London and you’ll discover a little piece of England that will remain forever French.
Mon Plaisir, London’s oldest French restaurant, has been a purveyor of the finest French cuisine for over half a century.
The entente cordiale hits you as you enter and the French atmosphere is as thick as the waiters’ French accents. You’ll find yourself surrounded by wonderfully original French artefacts. You could even find yourself leaning against the pewter topped bar which once graced the lounge of a Lyonnais brothel.