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Emile's Restaurant
French Restaurant
Today 7:30 – 11:00 pm
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98 Felsham Rd London SW15 1DQ United Kingdom
98 Felsham RdGBLondonSW15 1DQ
+44 20 8789
French Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
French Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
British Restaurant
Today 7:30 – 11:00 pm
Monday 7:30 – 11:00 pmTuesday 7:30 – 11:00 pmWednesday 7:30 – 11:00 pmThursday 7:30 – 11:00 pmFriday 7:30 – 11:00 pmSaturday 7:30 – 11:00 pmSunday Closed
Well established Putney Restaurant - since 1990. Traditional French & Modern British Cuisine. We also offer Emile's At Home for hassle free dinner parties. Top restaurant preparation-your home cooking
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Modern dining room serving British and French dishes, with 'collect and cook at home' option.- Google
People talk about the beef wellington, french dishes, longhorn, sorbets and scallop
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Trevor Black
reviewed 7 months ago
The Beef Wellington stays the same, but everything else changes. The Beef Wellington stays the same because it will change your world. The owner is quirky and usually comes to the table to describe each dish on the hand written menu. The setting is quiet and homely. Perfect for a few friends or for a romantic occasion.
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David Conway
reviewed a year ago
The exterior of a restaurant is not always a reliable guide to quality. In fact, experience often points the other way. I can think of at least twenty great restaurants that hide behind dull, sometimes even shabby, façades. So, when my wife and I walked past Emile’s Restaurant in Putney, I mentally discounted the smart grey conservatory which protrudes into Felsham Road. Nonetheless, having stopped and scrutinised the menu, we were tempted to eat there a few days later. The dining room is small and intimate. Formerly the sitting room of a terraced house, it has been extended by a modern conservatory. Emile tells me there are larger rooms next door for functions and busy evenings. For my starter I chose black pudding topped with smoked haddock and poached egg, and served with sautéed mushrooms. It is always difficult to combine fish and meat successfully, but when it works the results can be wonderful (paella, jambalaya etc.). Such strong flavours need careful blending, but this dish worked perfectly, the smoky haddock did not conceal the rich, sweet black pudding and the dish achieved what a good hors d’oeuvre always should, i.e. sharpened my appetite for the following dish. For my main course I had twice cooked belly of pork, with sage and apple potatoes. The pork was succulent and perfectly cooked, and the potatoes were served as a Dauphinoise which complemented the dish faultlessly. Sue chose a feta cheese and tomato soufflé, followed by grilled fillet of Pollock on Grilled polenta with halloumi and black olives. She confirmed they were both delicious. We ordered a bottle of 2011 La Serre Cabernet Sauvignon from the South of France. It cost £17.50 and could easily have passed for a good Bordeaux. Emile joined us and chatted for a while, talking of the restaurant’s early days in Wandsworth Bridge Road. He is an amiable host and even managed to remember my name on a first visit. This is as good a restaurant as I know in South West London. I would only rate Chez Bruce above it, and that is nearly twice the price. We look forward to becoming regulars; we already feel that we are.
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Jeremy Gomez
reviewed a year ago
It's not just the glorious food you will enjoy but the attention and warmth of the owner which makes dining at Emile's such a wonderful experience. If we could, we certainly would go more often although I'd definitely be much fatter (and jollier) for it. The addictiveness of the sticky ginger pudding is presently being examined by Professor David Nutt.
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Nick van Buuren
reviewed a month ago
Unbelievable food - fantastic quality and variety! Host and owners are really welcoming and have a real passion for the food and restaurant - one of my favourites in London!
Hannah Freeman
reviewed 2 months ago
One of our favourite restaurants in Putney. The food is absolutely delicious.
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Chris Toynbee
reviewed 3 years ago
Great food and atmosphere. Excellent service and very good value.
Liked: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Value


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