Gastronhome Gastronhome’s menus are seasonal affairs, as one should expect if one can expect to be served only the finest of French cuisine. Sampling their May / June 2015 offering, we see a restrained (minutely considered and taste-tested) selection over three courses. A single scrambled duck’s egg with ceps mushrooms, Loire valley asparagus and a wild garlic and truffle dressing is one fantastic (and vegetarian) way to begin your banquet at this eatery. Moving to les plats, two out of four are seafood dishes: seabream tartare and exquisite native scallops. For dessert the adventurous and less sweet-toothed will probably go for the selection of French cheeses. Throughout, this London French restaurant uses the finest of French produce, with British supplies brought in when the requirements of freshness trump the interests of Gallic authenticity. For lovers of French cuisine, Gastronhome is like coming home – it’s an unmissable gem on Clapham’s Lavender Hill.