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In the heart of classic London, Mayfair is one of the most sought-after places in the city - and the globe. This residential neighborhood is synonymous with opulence and elegance since it is surrounded by world-class cafes and the most upscale restaurants on Bond Street. Spend your evening having a bite to eat at one of Mayfair's numerous bars and restaurants. La Petite Maison has become a classic Mayfair favorite that has grown into a global brand.

Le Petite Maison London is the primary location of the restaurant chain. La Petite Maison was founded in 2007 in London by Nicole Rubi, with several other branches in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Miami, Riyadh, and Limassol. The accepted dress code at the restaurant is smart casual. They accept smart trainers, but no sportswear and shorts. The average price per person is around $90. The light, fresh meals at London's version of this Nice-inspired restaurant are said to be outstanding. La Petite Maison always seems unique thanks to its well-established buzz and a light, clean-lined dining area filled with Mediterranean colors.

The main dining room's distinctive triangular form adds to its allure. In 2020, the restaurant was expanded to enhance cooking capacity and add a seafood/cocktail bar as well as several additional tables to an intimate rear space. The objective of LPM Chairman Arjun Waney (co-founder of Zuma Restaurants) and Chef Patron Raphael Duntoye was to expand and grow the menu, focusing on the characteristics that differentiate Niçoise cuisine, such as olive oil, artichokes, courgettes, tomatoes, and so on. This Mediterranean micro cuisine has grown with the creation of brand new Niçoise-style dishes. The goal was to create a new perspective on French food in general. Instead of heavy, rich flavors based on excessive butter and cream, the restaurant would focus on characteristics of Niçoise cuisine, such as tomatoes and olive oil, to produce a light, healthful, and beautifully delicious meal.

Every dish served at LPM Restaurant and Bar is designed to be a bite of cuisine that will be remembered – and that you will not be able to obtain or recreate anywhere else. Behind this all is a mission to discover the intrinsic delight at the core of the French Mediterranean foods that they use as inspiration. Lemons, courgettes, artichokes, olives, tomatoes, peppers, and girolles, as well as the freshest fish, meat, and pasta, are the favorites of the customers. As a result, they come to your table precisely when they are ready. To safeguard their integrity, they are prepared with utmost care and accuracy. 

When you go inside LPM, you'll notice a light color palette, white dinnerware, exquisite linens, and marble, all of which are reminiscent of the French Riviera. Then there's the vibrant, bold color scheme. Provocative, vibrant, and innocent art by 20th-century painters from the south of France. Fresh flowers in outlandish vases, unstructured, even messy arrangements. Mosaics, fer forgé, and shutters are all references and influences from 'Belle Epoque' mansions on the Côte d'Azur. Finally, some trademarks of traditional French restaurants... gilded and harlequin mirrors from the nineteenth century and, of course, a centerpiece bronze sculpture. Max Cartier produced distinctive wall-mounted male and female pans for each restaurant. A traditional welcome bar, often marble or lava stone with pewter or zinc, may be seen in all of their restaurants. 

Le Petite Maison always makes you feel like home. It is polished one minute, weird and unusual the next. Exuberance meets refinement and attention to detail. The calm environment, and the warmth, a genuine sense of belonging and family. They always enjoy seeing people who are active, connected, and enthusiastic about life.

Here, every meal is a delight. Order a variety of hors d'oeuvres from the menu: the pissaladière (onion tart with anchovies), the french bean salad, and a variety of carpaccio meals. And, of course, garlic butter and escargots with fresh herbs are a must when at the Cote d'Azur.

The turbot with artichokes, white wine, chorizo, and olive oil, exquisite grilled lamb cutlets with smoked aubergine, and a spectacular handmade pappardelle with veal ragù are among the best in the menu.

Lastly, there's dessert. Vanilla crème brulée, pain perdu with spiced ice cream, a thin and crispy apple tart, and a hot chocolate mousse with malted ice cream are among the dessert options on the menu. Whether it's just the two of you or a bigger party, we advise you to go for it all; each delicious treat is better than the previous.