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5 William IV St., London, England WC2R 0, United Kingdom

“Bloody brilliant!” proclaimed Londoners when Terroirs opened near the Strand. The bi-level space faithfully evokes cozy Parisian bistros, the prices are fairly recession-proof, and the Franco-Italian 42-page wine list captures the eco-zeitgeist with such ultra-natural offerings as Sicilian amphora-aged Frappato from Cos or a range of Jean Foillard’s funky, cloudy Morgons. Praise goes, too, to the earthy menu: gutsy pot-roasted quail with pancetta or wicked salted-caramel crêpes.

Restaurant
Terroirs

“Bloody brilliant!” proclaimed Londoners when Terroirs opened near the Strand. The bi-level space faithfully evokes cozy Parisian bistros, the prices are fairly recession-proof, and the Franco-Italian 42-page wine list captures the eco-zeitgeist with such ultra-natural offerings as Sicilian amphora-aged Frappato from Cos or a range of Jean Foillard’s funky, cloudy Morgons. Praise goes, too, to the earthy menu: gutsy pot-roasted quail with pancetta or wicked salted-caramel crêpes.