Patron Restaurant is a Parisian style brasserie offering a carefully selected list of fine French wines, boutique cocktails alongside France’s most iconic dishes and tasty local food.
Live music every Sunday night.
Photos by David Loftus
A selection of small plates such as steak tartare, escargot, frogs legs, French onion soup, charcuterie and cheese. Our menu board featuring four to five mains including Patron’s signature dishes: open fire Onglet steak, melt in the mouth Duck Confit & classic Moules Frites. All mains come with a seasonal side of your choice.
With a Parisian feel and items collected during the owners travels driving through France. Patron has intimate bistro tables and a beautiful curved marble cocktail bar.
After the success of Café Gourmand, their petit bistro in Lexington Street Soho, Jean-François & Tanzi started their next chapter with Patron Restaurant in March 2015. In November 2018, they fully embraced the opening of Tabac Bar. The French and English couple met in 2006 in a cooking school at the heart of London and embarked on this gastronomic journey along with their little bilingual Terrier, Pippin.
+44 (0) 20 7813 2540
26 Fortess Road,
London, NW5 2HB
Monday - 17:00 - 22:00
Tue-Thu - 17:00 - 23:30
Fri - 12:00-15:00/17:00 - 00:00
Sat - 10:00-15:00/17:00 - 00:00
Su - 10:00-15:00/17:00 - 22:30
Not many desserts have such a interesting and glamorous history like this simple delicious cake from St Tropez, France. The brioche topped with sugar and filled with orange-flower flavoured cream was created by Alexandre Micka in 1955 and discovered by the filmmaking team of the director Roger Vadim who happened to be shooting And God Created Woman. The movie was at the time cinema debut of Brigitte Bardot, who after visiting the bakery with the team suggested the cake to be named Tarte Tropézienne.
Pastis is an aniseed-flavoured liqueur invented in Marseille in 1932. The name comes from Provencal word pastisson, which means a mixtureThis dark amber-coloured apéritif is meant to be drunk, mixed with water which turns its colour to cloudy white
Bouillabaisse is definitely one of the most
glories and we’ll known recipes of Provençal cuisine. Not everyone knows that this elegant fish stew started its story as a fisherman’s dish.
SPRING IN KENTISH TOWN
The long winter seems to be over as spring arrives,
bringing the glorious sun back to London. It is time now to start thinking about the most important dates coming up this month.
You will be surprised how exciting March can be!
We've already spotted the first signs of the new season but the official day of spring will be the 20th March. From that day Patron Cave à Manger will be bringing on the menu new seasonal dishes including:
Rack of beef to share
100% grass fed from South Hampshire cooked on the charcoal grill
with Chantilly, raspberry puree & topped with meringue and chestnut cream
Fish special every weekend
PANCAKE DAY COMPETITION
It is hard not to love pancakes. This easy dish, which almost everyone can make, leaves a lot of room for creativity.
Whether you are a chef or a food lover
THIS COMPETITION IS FOR EVERYONE:
1. Make a wonderful pancake or crêpe
2. Have a lot of fun
3. Make a photo and tag @PatronNW5
4. Post it on Instagram with a small description
5. WIN A VOUCHER - 2 MIMOSAS AND BRUNCH FOR 2
The winner will be announced on Pancake Day - 5th March
January is already behind us and we hope you had a good start to the new year!
2019 is sure to be full of fantastic moments and we already feel inspired. We are looking forward to introducing our patrons to new even more exciting experiences with Patron Cave à Manger.
We can't wait to surprise you with our new ideas, events and of course more new delicious dishes.
So make sure you always stay up to date with what is happening!
We are happy to introduce you to our new chef Helene Cornu who came to our restaurant from the French school Ker Lann as an internship. From the moment she started we knew that she would become a part of our Patron family.
What was your first impression about Patron Cave à Manger?
I have seen a good ambience and the spirit I was looking for - family and friends working together.
How do you feel about your beginnings in the kitchen?
I was impressed to see a really young head chef with a lot of passion and I really appreciated his faith in me. It is a great opportunity for me to learn.
What do you think about London?
At the beginning I felt really small in this big city but now I really like it, especially how it is international and full of very polite people with open minds.
FIRST OF ALL WE WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE WHO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED DRY JANUARY!
Congratulations to all of you who made it through... and all of you who tried!
We think that whether you are proud of yourself or not one thing is for sure.
You definitely deserve a reward!
You can start the celebration by joining us for the HAPPY HOUR, everyday 5pm - 6.30pm enjoy all your favourite cocktails, glasses of wine or beer half price.
Keep an eye on our special WINE OF THE NIGHT as from now on we would like to offer you a chance to try our most beautiful wines by the glass.Every week something different to let you explore regions of France through the taste of wine and discover new amazing flavours.