We were two groups of tables and our table agreed to try the sharing Charcuterie Platter along with a Petit Camenbert au Four (baked camenbert cheese)
For my main course I chose Confit de Canard aux Olives - a slow cooked duck leg, crushed buttery potato mash, black olives and red wine sauce. This duck just fell apart and melted in your mouth.
I try not to have three course when eating out because I don't like that over full feeling however I could not resist trying PAUL's Brioche Perdue! Slice of Brioche French Toast served with your choice of creme anglais, apricot coulis or warm chocolate sauce. I had the chocolate sauce and let me say it was fantastic! Even after eating the Brioche Perdue I was scrapping the jug of chocolate sauce to get every last bit!
As well as a stunning range of artisan breads, pastries and cakes for all occasions you can order a pic-nic with a difference for two or four people ready to collect.
If you are in Bedford Street just down from Covent Garden Underground Station and looking for that special French taste there is a table waiting for you!
I was a guest for dinner at PAUL and did not receive any payment to write this. As usual all comments and photos are my own.