Who would have thought that French cuisine can adapt the style of sharing through tapas sizes.
To start I order bread and butter (£2.50)
For the vegetables I got green bean salad with foie gras, shallots and walnut dressing (£6.75). The beans were crunchy and fresh, the dressing was zingy and refreshing but the foie gras somehow was lost. Still it was a good start to the meal.
The meat section was also super tempting but today I guess I want something abit more light like warm confit of salmon with duck, puy lentils and herbs (£6.50). The salmon was nice and tender and screams of salmon flavour. The lentils was earthy yet retains a bite in texture and the addition of pulled duck adds a savoury hint to the dish. Went down rather well.
Blanchette is a really good place to grab quick and well organised french cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere. A great addition to the already diverse dining scene of Soho.