REVIEW: Comptoir Gascon

What?

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.

 

 

 

Where?

 

Comptoir Gascon
63 Charterhouse Street
London
EC1M 6HJ

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?

 

Starters:

 

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.

 

 

Mains:

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dessert:

 

Chocolate Fondant ALWAYS!

 

 

 

 

Our Thoughts?

 

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

 

Find out more:

http://www.comptoirgascon.com/menu/