Bistro Jacques delivers in true Gallic style. This rustic French restaurant is situated on the corner of Hardman Street and Hope Street, in the heart of theatre land and the university district.
The décor has a classic bistro feel with wooden tables and chairs, candles in wine bottles and walls smattered with prints by French artists. The warm, friendly and inviting service is accompanied by traditional French music helping create a vibrant and bustling atmosphere.
There is a wide selection of “entrées” and “plats de résistance” and the menu boasts some classic French favourites such as Coq Au Vin and Boeuf Bourguignon, as well as a variety of Mediterranean dishes. The menu changes daily making the most of fresh market produce. At the weekend the bistro opens at 9.30 am for “Le Petit Déjeuner”, and at 12pm to 4.30 pm every day for the 3 course “Le Lunch Rapide” for £10.50. For those after a lighter lunch, Bistro Jacques also offer the ‘Assiette de France’; a selection of French specialities including baked camembert, pâté de campagne, fish cakes, a charcuterie selection, marinated olives, fruit chutney, cornichons and served with toasted croûtes for £8.50. Our “Pre-Théâtre Offre” menu 3 courses for £12.90 (Sunday to Thursday, 4.30 to 7pm, Friday & Saturday, 4.30 to 6.30pm).The competitively priced “A La Carte” menu is also available every evening from 4.30pm till 10.30pm. Not to mention the hugely popular “Monday & Tuesday Wine and Dine” offer, 2 courses from the A La Carte menu plus a bottle of house wine per person for only £16.95 (available all night).
Theatre-goers, students, shoppers and the business crowd all congregate at Bistro Jacques, creating an ecclectic mix and a wonderful bohemian feel.