South London

Casse Croute

cassecroute

French | South London

Casse-Croûte is a 20 seater French bistro and is the brainchild of Herve Durochat and Alexandre Bonnefoy. Expect tete de veau, rillettes, boudin noir, macarons, tarte aux fraises and clafoutis on the menu here.

Restaurant details

Address: 
109 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB
Nearest tube: 
London Bridge
Telephone number: 0207 407 2140
More info: 
Outside seating (weather permitting)

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109 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XB

 

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

 
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