Bistrot Bruno Loubet a hit in London

August 5th, 2011

Our previous Executive Chef Bruno Loubet,  returned to London in 2009.  His arrival heralded keen interest as he had made his reputation in London in the 1980s and 1990s, gaining his own Michelin star at the age of 29 years.  His restaurant, in the hip boutique hotel called the Zetter, has been a success from the start.  And he has won significant awards already.

Recently we stayed with Bruno and his wife Catherine at their house in Fulham, and it was lovely catching up with them.  We had a wonderful meal at Bistrot Bruno Loubet and here are a couple of the dishes sampled:  Suckling Pig and English strawberries, lemon marshmallow and green peppercorn ice cream.

Their life in London seems very glamorous compared to Brisbane, but they still love Australia and intend to retire here.

If you are visiting London, drop in and say hello to Bruno (his kitchen is totally open to the restaurant).  But make a booking because it is hard to get in.  For menus go to:

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