REVIEW: Comptoir Gascon


Celebrating its 17th anniversary this year, Pascal Aussignac’s relaxed deli-bistro, Comptoir Gascon, is
renowned for its authentic and affordable menu of hearty, home-style Gascony dishes that pay
homage to the region’s rustic classics.






Comptoir Gascon
63 Charterhouse Street

The Vibes?


Sitting at the edge of Smithfield Market, moments from Michelin-starred sister restaurant Club
Gascon, Comptoir Gascon has the look and feel of a classic French bistro with welcoming interiors of
exposed brick, warm wood and rustic features. Holding a Michelin Bib Gourmand since 2006, the
restaurant combines bistro dining with a deli offering, stocking homemade French delicacies and
essential produce for authentic home cooking, including duck confit, oils, vinegars and condiments.


We ate?




Piggy Treats- Their take on a charcuterie board with Bayonne ham, confit sausage, black pudding & saucisson- Simply Perfect!

This was washed down with a lovely glass of Rose.





We went for the Confit Duck and The Steak- couldn’t fault either.. And the chips… get the chips…









Chocolate Fondant ALWAYS!





Our Thoughts?


Food is to die for, service was impeccable! Another winner from Pascal! I will definitely be back!


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