South London

Casse Croute

Casse Croute

Casse-Croûte is a 20 seater French bistro and is the brainchild of Herve Durochat (GM at Pizarro) + Alexandre Bonnefoy (ex-Arts Cub). He brings in Sylvain Soulard - former head chef at Morgan M. Expect tete de veau, rillettes, boudin noir, macarons, tarte aux fraises and clafoutis.

Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Critics' score: 8 Zoe Williams Telegraph
Reviewed on December 18, 2013
"Dinky, bargain excellence – a rare combination, especially in London." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 6.5
Giles Coren Times
Reviewed on October 05, 2013
"I ended up by default with the duck and beans. Perfectly nice bit of homemade confit, but that’s a store-cupboard supper round ours. Fine in front of the telly because you can’t be bothered to cook, but not worth a drive to Bermondsey." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8.5 Marina O'Loughlin Guardian
Reviewed on August 31, 2013
"I'd come here weekly if I could. This is reasonably priced food designed to deliver pleasure from chaps who know how to have a good time. They've recreated a France viewed through rosé-filled glasses. Santé." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8 Grace Dent Evening Standard Estimated score
Reviewed by August 23, 2013
"Casse-Croûte does a really excellent tarte aux fraises and a banana soufflé. It makes fresh enormous macarons as big as your face. I liked this place a great deal. Bermondsey Street just managed to get even better." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8 Richard Vines Bloomberg
Reviewed on August 15, 2013
"London’s been blessed with some great new restaurants this year, including chef Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store (my favorite so far); Jason Atherton’s Little Social and Social Eating House; and Eric Chavot’s Brasserie Chavot. This tiny bistro is up there with those big beasts." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8 Fay Maschler Evening Standard
Reviewed on August 28, 2013
"For Casse-Croûte to thrive, punters must break bread from noon to night-time non-stop — but I can’t see why they wouldn’t." READ REVIEW

 
Critics' score: 8 Ellen Hardy Time Out
Reviewed on August 29, 2013
"With the sensible pricing, and a cheese and charcuterie selection in the works, nous reviendrons." READ REVIEW

 

Restaurant details

Address: 109 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB

Telephone number: 0207 407 2140

Cuisine: French

Nearest station: London Bridge

Opening times: Monday to Saturday 9am to 10pm
Sunday 9am to 5pm.

Outside seating (weather permitting)

 

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