L'Autre Pied

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L'Autre Pied
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5-7 Blandford Street
Restaurant information
Established2007; 13 years ago (2007)
Food typeFrench
Street addressBlandford St
CityMarylebone, London
Postal/ZIP CodeW1U 3DB
CountryUnited Kingdom
Coordinates51°31′06″N 0°09′08″W / 51.51819769999999°N 0.1520872999999483°W / 51.51819769999999; -0.1520872999999483Coordinates: 51°31′06″N 0°09′08″W / 51.51819769999999°N 0.1520872999999483°W / 51.51819769999999; -0.1520872999999483
WebsiteOfficial website

L'Autre Pied is a one Michelin star restaurant situated in Marylebone, in London’s West End in England, specialising in French cuisine.

The restaurant opened 1 November 2007 led by Marcus Eaves with the backing of established restaurateur David Moore of sister restaurant, Pied à Terre and pop-up restaurant Pieds Nus. When Eaves moved across to take the Head Chef role at Pied à Terre, Andy McFadden took over the reins. Andy continued to impress diners and critics and he landed the Head Chef position in the Pied à Terre kitchen in November 2015. His successor was Graham Long who was welcomed back into the fold after his previous experience in the Pied à Terre kitchen working under Shane Osborn.

The main restaurant seats 53 with an additional 12 seats on the terrace. A private dining room seats up to 16 people. For a total capacity of 81 people. There is outdoor seating also available for diners. It features prints by Richard Hamilton, Henry Moore, Gordon House and William Crozier as well as a pencil drawing by Matisse. Handcrafted tables were made by Toby Davis of Hunky Dory Designs and are a mix of Macassar Ebony, with placemats cut into the table-tops.

In January 2009, the restaurant was awarded its first Michelin Star for creative dishes at L'Autre Pied.[1]

Awards and accolades[edit]

  • Best Newcomer BMW Square Meal Guide Spring 2008
  • Nominated for Best New Interior Time Out Award 2008
  • Best Newcomer Time Out Award 2008
  • 3 Red Rosettes AA
  • 6/10 Good Food Guide
  • One Star Michelin

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vines, Richard (9 November 2007). "Pied a Terre's First Baby Is Live and Kicking: Richard Vines". Bloomberg. Retrieved 21 June 2014.

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