Frieze London

Regent’s Park

8–11 October 2020

Frenchie

16 Henrietta Street
London, WC2E 8QH
United Kingdom

Frenchie is a modern Frenchie brasserie in the heart of Covent Garden and is the London outpost of the recently Michelin-starred Frenchie Rue du Nil, Frenchie To Go, Frenchie Wine Bar and Frenchie Wine Shop on Rue du Nil by Gregory Marchand. This refined and relaxed restaurant, has the same elegant Parisian spirit as Frenchie Rue du Nil, with Greg’s signature dishes at the restaurant including Reuben sandwich served with pickled cucumber, seabream ceviche salad, chilled sweetcorn soup and a delicious fig leaf panacotta with roasted plum compote and homemade granola.

Instagram: @frenchiecoventgarden
Twitter: @frenchiecoventg

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