Twenty years ago, France was celebrating an extraordinary World Cup victory and London was celebrating the launch of one of its hottest French restaurants, Coq d’Argent. But while history may be repeating itself on the pitch, the ‘score’ we’re really excited has to be Coq d’Argent’s twentieth: so turn back the clocks, let’s party like its 1998.

To celebrate the milestone, the city restaurant just off Bank Station will be serving their original menu from 1998 and, more importantly, at their original prices. Guests can choose a selection of French favourites from the restaurant’s archive that Head Chef Damien Rigollet has handpicked: including escargots with garlic and parsley; salmon and cod terrine; coq au vin and caramelised apple tarte tatin.

In twenty years the restaurant, with its panoramic views of the city and incredible roof terrace, has become a firm City favourite, known for its gastronomic experience putting it at the apex of French cuisine in London. So come and experience how it all started.

Coq d’Argent celebrates with its anniversary menu from 6th August to 10th August at 1 Poultry, The City, EC2R 8EJ