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About Miz en Bouche
Miz en Bouche is a French Bistro situated on St. Johns Street and near Sadler’s Wells Theatre in Islington. Bringing a fun element to French cuisine, we have created an eclectic menu that focuses on authentic French food whilst adding a contemporary twist of sharing plates and all-day brunch. The owners invite you to be part or a modern, informal dining experience and to share good food and great drinks with your friends and family.
Pedro and Jean-Michel, co-owners, share a passion for excellence, and have combined their knowledge of traditional French cuisine with the modern dining they have catered for in various restaurants. Miz en Bouche team never compromises on quality and the taste and presentation of every dish they create is amazing.
Miz en Bouche is perfect for every occasions, whether you are looking for a catch up with a friend or an intimate meal with a loved one. The restaurant is divided into two parts to give you exactly the right space.
London, EC1V 4NT
French, European, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 10.30 - 22.00
Tuesday: 10.30 - 22.00
Wednesday: 10.30 - 22.00
Thursday: 10.30 - 22.00
Friday: 10.30 - 22.30
Saturday: 10.30 - 22.30
Sunday: 10.30 - 21.00
£25 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7998 0640
Nearest Underground Station is Angel Tube
Bus: Sadler's wells Theatre Route 38, 19, 341 or 153
Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Delivery, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Miz en Bouche Ratings and Reviews
Unfortunately, despite booking through this website, the restaurant was closed when we arrived! Luckily there were lots of great restaurants close by in Exmouth Market!
So, I am unable to give a review other than to say that if anyone has a confirmed booking, surely the polite thing to do is to contact that person to let me know that the booking could not be honoured as the restaurant was going to be shut? Simple customer service.
Went with a date after ballet at Sadler's Wells. Front of house staff was a bit flustered as a colleague hadn't turned up, so the ambience was a bit Fawlty Towers like, with the ladies being out of order so interesting experience navigating the loos, very French. Nevertheless the food was utterly delicious and I would definitely go there again.
This French bistro is a gem of a find near Sadler's Wells and Angel, a little apart from madding crowd near the tube. Perfect for pre-theatre with an ever-changing seasonal menu and fresh specials of the day. I love it for the fish dishes and my daughter loves it for the chicken dishes and the choices would suit all dietary dispositions, with the expected French classics thrown in. Reasonal prices, friendly service in a cosy little space, would highly recommend.
Fast service as we were going to the theatre for a matinee performance. Several others turned up without reservations and were turned away sowould recommend booking in advance to get in there before the pre theatre crowd book. Service was the best thing. I just had a main - the steak and it was delicious
This is a wonderful place to eat before going to Sadler's Wells - about a 5 minute walk away. It's cozy and friendly and the service is gated to get you to the performance on time. The menu offers a daily 2 or 3 course special (3 choices for each course) for a very reasonable price. Otherwise, the regular menu is nice as well. Everything is cooked properly (even boneless chicken breast was wonderfully juicy). Highly recommended.
Mize en Bouche is a cosy informal venue with delicious French cuisine. It offers a good value pre-theatre menu convenient for the nearby Sadlers Wells theatre. But make sure you check your Open Table online booking with the restaurant itself because it's a popular place and their reservation systems don't always match, as happened when I was trying to go there!
Having booked the restaurant through top table and received an email to confirm the booking the restaurant called us 10 min before the booked time to tell there was no room. They said they had only just received the booking !! At the time we were walking from the Angel station to the restaurant having travelled up from Sussex. On our insistence they agreed to find us a table which turned out to be a small garden table put in a very small space. It was a shame as we were off to a show at Sadlers Wells which was a Christmas present
Went for a meal before the ballet. Nice ambience and busy time for the restaurant. We were trying to get the bill quickly - said we were going to the performance and met with a rather discourteous - "everyone is going to the performance". My friend had the steak which was a bit on the raw side. I had the duck which tasted good. Came to about £30 per person with one glass of wine. Not cheap and would have liked better service.
If you want a snug little French restaurant to meet a friend for a cosy chat or before going to Sadlers Wells, then this is the place. Great service and excellent value on the set menu. A real find as those French bistro restaurants slowly disappear from the eating scene.
I have eaten in Miz en Bouche a couple of times. There seems to be a bit of a pre-theatre rush and as there are only two serving staff, one of whom double as front of house receptionist, service can be a little erratic; but the food is always very good and well-presented. Decent selection of wines too. Handy for Sadlers Wells.
Bad table and I booked at least a week ahead, and it wasn't full. We went off the daily menu as we were going to Sadlers Wells and it seemed easier. Good starter (tart), nothing I really wanted as a main course ; one thing was off the menu (at 6.0pm!!).
We loved this restaurant last time we went to the ballet but I don't think I would chance it again, however it is very handy for the ballet.
Good location next to the Sadler Wells theatre. Had a Sunday brunch with some friends there. Amazing value for money: one main and bottomless prosecco for £16. They could have been a bit more forthcoming with the alcohol, but hey ho. Would definitely go again, and would recommend to others.
Our first visit to a small, warm, welcoming restaurant serving classical french bistro food, along with a good wine selection, all at reasonable prices. Nice ambience thanks to friendly, helpful staff who, when they found out that we were going to Sadler's Wells afterwards, told us of a short cut to get there. We will definitely put Miz En Bouche on our list of places to go back to
Had an early evening dinner at Miz en Bouche before the theatre and although they serve a very good valued pre-theatre menu, we opted for the a la carte. Staff were very welcoming and service was excellent throughout and they took into account our timescale for the theatre. Food is not fine dining, but is excellent and good value. Wine list caters for all tastes ( and budgets ) with a good choice and although we chose one of the cheaper options, it did not disappoint and was good value for a restaurant. Greatly enjoyed and will visit again. Not perhaps an obvious location, but very close to several popular areas, so worth seeking if you do not know the area.
This small cosy bistro is welcoming and friendly. We were three hungry diners meeting up after work & events and opted for the specials. It boded well with fresh seasonal soup and calamaris, followed by a fish bouillabaisse main course. The latter, although tasty was disappointingly small and starter size and although we ate every drop, we mentioned this to our host, who could not do anything about it and the kitchen did not add anything to our quarter of one small fillet of seabass! We remained hungry and had to order a portion of chips. Slightly disappointing, though over all tasty and good cocktails. Plenty of other options is the area for pre-theatre dining.
We're careful about where we eat; often disappointed by food prepared by others I tend to cook myself rather than eat out. So a bit of careful research before leaving for London led me to believe this restaurant would match expectations. It's handy for Sadlers Wells theatre - and it was quiet when we were there, so attentive staff made sure we were seated quickly. Our seat was right by the kitchen (I can sit by sacks of spuds at home thanks) but there were other tables free for the whole time we were there, so slightly disappointing seating. I had the 3 courses at £19.99, two of the choices were not available - my husband had the Soup, Confit duck and Chocolate pudding from the main menu. Having eaten out in France/and Corsica we had high hopes that our experience there would be matched by this French restaurant. Usually I struggle to eat three courses (hence choosing the set menu as they're always smaller portions), but the portions were tiny! My husband's main dish was no better, even though he paid £16 for it. Long story short - we left hungry and although there was nothing wrong with the preparation/cooking there just wasn't anything to 'wow!' us enough to return. Jamie's Kitchen is across the road and looked a better proposition for our next visit.
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