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Lou Pescadou - London

Stephen Aldred | Jul 18, 2001 04:43 AM

Scenes of Breton lobster and Sancerre just before the final murder (or was it a heart attack?) in Chabrol's Au Coeur du Mensonge (The Colour of Lies) set the pulse racing for seafood.

Lou Pescadou, 241 Old Brompton Road near Earl's Court Tube, is a long established straightforward seafood restaurant. It features fish and fresh seafood, including huge langoustines accompanied by proper French baguette and mayonnaise. Followed by squid in a rich nicoise sauce all washed down by a good Muscadet sur lie. Good coffee, attentive service, no hype ..... C'est la vie.

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