Seasonal French restaurant La Ferme is opening a new site, in Primrose Hill, at the end of February. After the success of its first restaurant and delicatessen on Farringdon Road, by Exmouth Market, the new La Ferme will feature an elegant and exclusive mezzanine lounge sponsored by Champagne Deutz. The Deutz Champagne Bar will be serving all of the brand’s styles, as well as a selection of still wines by the glass and a list of classic yet creative cocktails. So, if you are a fan of Champagne Deutz, and especially following them being announced as The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly in 2017, then La Ferme certainly seems a great place to visit!
Brainchild of young restaurateur François Guerin and his Chef stepbrother Guillaume Dunos, La Ferme Primrose Hill, like its sister restaurant in Farringdon, will offer a bistronomic food concept: combining rustic bistro-style eating with the finest produce. Head Chef Guillaume will be concocting an ensemble of modern and classic French dishes. Guests will be able to choose from three different menus:
- Menu du Chef: a 4-course menu, rotating monthly
- Menu du Marche: a quick, no-frills local market menu, changing weekly
- Menu de la Ferme: a selection of quintessentially French dishes and puddings, such as ‘Escargot de Bourgogne – Burgundy Snails in Garlic Butter’, Mini Burger de la Ferme – Duck Confit, Bun, Sweet Onion and Croq Monsieur Forestier – Organic Bread, Béchamel, Mushrooms, Spinach and Goat Cheese.
Every Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 4pm, customers will be able to tuck in to Le Brunch de la Ferme a selection of French-inspired Croq’s, egg dishes and cakes, all prepared with the freshest ingredients.
Comments François Guerin: “We are thrilled about the opening of our second restaurant in such a renowned area as Primrose Hill. Our commitment has always been to select the finest ingredients from local producers and the best producers in France and to bring them to life in a seasonal menu which regularly presents new and exciting food concepts. With the new site we will be able to whet North West Londoners’ appetite too and provide them with an authentic French dining experience but with a creative twist.”