Tucked away on Battersea High Street and just a short walk from Clapham Junction station, Chez Manny brings quintessentially French cuisine to this part of south London. Since Emmanuel Lambelin (Manny) opened Chez Manny in 2002, it has developed a great reputation among its loyal local customer base for its atmosphere, food and its wine selection.
Chez Manny’s chef, Jean-Yves Guiomar specialises in the cuisine of his home country, France, and the menu at Chez Manny reflects this. It includes such offerings as Sauteed fresh scallops a l’Armouricaine and Escargots de Bourguogne among its starters. The Mains include ‘Chez Manny Cassoulet’ (ham hock, Toulouse sausage and duck confit in a rosemary, tomato and tarbais bean stew) and pan fried fillet of sea bass with lobster sauce. And to finish, rosemary tart tatin with vanilla ice cream or profiteroles au chocolat might tempt you from the dessert menu.
Chez Manny is offering Foodepedia readers a 20% discount off their total bill if they mention having seen this offer on site when booking a table for dinner. So here is your chance to sample one of south London’s hidden gems at a bargain price. The offer applies to bookings to dine on Sundays to Thursdays from now until the end of August, so why not give it a try?
For more information about Chez Manny and contact details, please visit www.chezmanny.com
If you’d like to see our experience of eating at Chez Manny click here