Peter Ilic opened London's first Little Bay restaurant in Kilburn in 1992, creating a new and original dining experience in London, serving great value European cuisine in its trademark opulent yet relaxed surroundings. Since the initial launch over 16 years ago, Peter has opened three further Little Bay restaurants across London, located in Croydon (1998), Farringdon (2002) and Battersea (2003) and Brighton. Peter has always maintained a key value for money ethos across the Little Bay restaurants - to provide good European food with a French influence at fantastic prices, excellent service and the best atmosphere and value for money this side of the Channel. Little Bay restaurants are renowned for their unique, extravagant, Bohemian and relaxed style, together with representing real value for money (all starters and desserts are one price, all main courses are another) with an average 3 course meal offering great value at just over £10.00. Restaurant critics have to date been blown away by the quality available at such value for money prices.
by Christine Gordon on 07 Nov 2015
I go here quite often, when I want to eat out without spending a fortune. Nearby Exmouth Market is now overfull of fashionable expensive restaurants, for more special occasions. The decor has always OTT, red gold and a vast plaster gold head of Zeus but the food can be very good though it does vary. Good steaks and duck, excellent chips, well cooked vegetables. Some interesting choices on the menu. Menu is eclectic central European on the whole. Service can be variable. I usually enjoy the food, have one or 2 dud meals - the lamb steak in particular. Friends like it as well.