Bistro Fifteen

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About Bistro Fifteen

Tucked away inside the Pelham Hotel in South Kensington, Bistro Fifteen is a chichi little restaurant with a sloaney twist that caters to London's posh 'n' priviliged posse. Crammed with art auctioneers, moneyed yummy mummies and Old Etonians, Bistro Fifteen is a superb spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a side order of people watching. Decorated with bright jewel-coloured seats, polished wooden floors and Regency striped walls, this restaurant is country-house-chic meets tasteful-townhouse, and favourite dishes include the roast saddle of rabbit with black pudding mousse, carrots Vichy and wild garlic mash; the grilled wild Scottish halibut with shallot and parsley cream and roasted sweet potatoes; and the pistachio panna cotta with lavender sorbet.

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We had the set menu, 3 courses for £18 which we thought was good value. The food was good although the portions small but this was probably reflected in the price. I enjoyed the chorizo and bean starter and the venison and pear sauce was delicious. The service was good. The staff friendly and very helpful. The venue is bright and airy despite being below street level. We expected more of a Bistro buzz however the atmosphere was fairly sedate. Would recommend for lunch.

Delicious food and nice atmosphere, but portion size was a little on the small side - 1 scallop as a starter and only 6 chips and 3 fish goujons for the main. Desserts seemed to be the most generous portions. Perhaps it was because we opted for the set menu, which is a good price at £18 for 3 courses....

Very nice restaurant and good service but tbh not what we had envisaged - thought it was going to be an atmospheric, lively bistro but turned out to be a quiet, up market restaurant and expensive in the end. Food was very good but some of the party had steaks that looked a bit dried out. Pork Belly was delicious.

Bistro Fifteen in Kensington is a pleasant basement bistro with an interesting menu, conveniently situated for museums and the Royal Albert Hall. The service was good and the food well prepared. The afternoon tea on the neighbouring table looked superb!

lovely meal,relaxed atmosphere,made to feel very welcome by all the staff. Would certainly book again next time we visit london and the Royal Albert Hall. Thank you.

Decent enough meal for a lunch time though i was initially greeted by a rather rude woman who, on my entry to the restaurant looked at me and said "yes?". After i explained i was there to dine she said "oh" and led me to a table. Altogether the food was ok however.

Very homebody looking cosy restaurant in boutique hotel with bookcase and nice staff. The meal was worthy of price for set up lunch, with friendly, but very chatty waiter. You don't wait too long for meals, the soup was good and hot enough, chicken main course was smaller than I expected, but tasteful,good mix with lentils,very nice. They have nice deserts as well, only expensive drinks like water and coffee,typical for this swanky area, which adds more to you bill, but it's beautiful place.

Visited Bistro Fifteen in South Kensington for a leisurely brunch with friends on a Saturday morning. On offer were a continental breakfast (which looked like a great spread), full English and a champagne breakfast (with scrambled eggs and salmon if I remember correctly!) We all thoroughly enjoyed our full English breakfasts, which came with copious toast, coffee and fresh orange juice. Lovely room to breakfast in and efficient unobtrusive service. Excellent all round - recommended.

Loved it.

Bistro Fifteen is a nice venue, but sadly when we were there a couple of really loud guys at the bar spoiled the atmosphere.

We went for a pre-theatre dinner, so were there earky evening. Service was good and most of the food was ok - but more style than substance. The dishes looked great but didn't deliver on flavour in a couple of cases. My halibut was overcooked, too, which was a real shame. We didn't have time for a replacement, sadly. The dish was removed from the bill without me having to raise it. The bill also had a mistake on it which was put right when I queried it.

All in all, our experience (hopefully not typical) left a bit to be desired.

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I like this restuarant because it is quiet at lunchtime and therefore it is possible to carry on a conversation. The service is good and this time as always one can rely on very good food

Bistro 15 is a nice intimate restaurant with friendly staff and good food. Reasonably priced for the area (South Kensington). A great place to eat before a show at Royal Albert Hall as 10min walk away.

We went for Sunday Lunch and ate from the excellent fixed menu. Very good food, excellent friiendly service and good value, though the wine was proportionately a little expensive. We couldnt believe this place was empty as it really was very good. Either we hit a very quiet day (though everywhere else was busy) or this is South Ken's best kept secret!

Bistro 15 was completely dead on a saturday night. There were only 2 other tables of people. Food was tasty, service slow considering there was hardly anyone there. Not sure I'd go back for dinner but maybe for lunch.

Bistro 15 London - average food and small portions. waited ages to be seated. Bizarre music playing and no ambience. We ate early and stayed until just before 8pm but it didn't pick up.

Bistro Fifteen at the Pelham Hotel retains discretion, excellent service and wonderful food. We ate smoked salmon and seared wood pigeon followed by risotto and turkey, completed with cheese board, all complemented with a Chablis. My guest is no stranger to good food and top class venues but was quite impressed with Bistro Fifteen. Having dined there several times I will certainly return again.

Bistro Fifteen at the Pelham is the perfect spot for a quiet meal at South Kensington and you may even spot the occasional celebrity amongst the clientele. The menu is short but interesting and the food is perfectly prepared. Service can be very attentive but also sometimes less so; although in general it is more than fair. We will definitely return.

Bistro 15 has good service and is usefully located for South Kensington tube, nearby museums and the Albert Hall. The menu, while short, has an exotic twist and the wine list is excellent.

Bistro Fifteen is an excellent choice for a meal before a night out at the museum. The service was quite erratic, but the food was very tasty and originally presented.

Bistro Fifteen is the snug basement restaurant to the Pelham hotel right across from South Ken tube. It proved a really useful find for a decent meal before attending the Proms at the Albert Hall: unusually interesting set menu choices, cooked and presented well and in v. timely, but unrushed, manner. We would return. The slightly cramped tables and resulting noise would, i fear, be rather less pleasant when the restaurant is full.