Monday – Saturday: 11.30am – 11.30pm
Breton-born head chef Williams Guillemot from Clos Maggiore has moved to L’Ami Malo, a new crêperie that’s inspired by the coastal town of Saint-Malo in Brittany, which is known for its galettes. The restaurant, with its banquettes and a vintage till, feels warm and homely. The menu of galettes, or savoury pancakes made with gluten-free buckwheat, features smoked ham, duck egg and maple-cured bacon. For something sweet, try crêpes with poached pear, chocolate sauce, roasted almond and ice cream. Le Moulin, a French-
inspired speakeasy, is at the back with its own entrance on Parliament Court.
- Liverpool Street
- Aldgate East
- Tower Gateway