Augustine Kitchen

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there a dish more satisfying to consume to excess in this miserable weather than the Tartiflette? We’re not even going to dignify that question with a response because the answer it is clearly NO! Those clever Frenchies have gathered all the delicious foods that we crave in winter and combined them into a dish of cheesy, potatoey goodness which just about makes this season bearable.

If you’re in need of some of this magical comfort food then you’d best head to Battersea bistro Augustine Kitchen where they have launched Tartiflette Tuesdays. Chef Franck Raymond (aka your new knight in shining armour) and his team are offering a hearty serving of the ski resort classic with a green salad and the house aperitif of sparkling rose for £14.95 to help you get through the rest of the week.


We headed over the bridge to give it a whirl and after a couple of bites, felt like we were in a chalet on the slopes of the Alps. You know you can trust a French man with cheese and this emphasis on quality was evident not only in the Tartiflette but the entire menu. With a mix of French-style tapas and more classic meals, there is a truly authentic feel to the food that may lead you to outbursts ‘oh la la!’. You’ve been warned.

Don’t Tartiflette this opportunity to try some incredible French food on the cheap pass you by. Bon appétit!

Augustine Kitchen, 63 Battersea Bridge Rd, London, SW11 3AU