Bob Bob Cité brings the traditional
French brasserie into the 21st century.

Located in the landmark Leadenhall Building,
Bob Bob Cité serves classic French
country cooking in the luxury of London’s
most urban all-booth dining room.


Elegant, ties are not required.
Fashionwear, formal or casual, is welcome.
Everyday gymwear is not.


We do not admit children under 14 years old.


Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:00-15:00 17:30-00:00
Wednesday 12:00-15:00 17:30-00:00
Thursday 12:00-15:00 17:30-00:00
Friday 12:00-15:00 17:30-00:30
Saturday 12:00-15:00 17:30-00:30
Sunday Closed


Leadenhall Building
122 Leadenhall Street
City of London, EC3V 4AB

+44 203 928 6600


The menu is an expression of our love
for French brasserie classics – from Escargots
in garlic butter, French Onion soup and
Rabbit in mustard sauce, to Île Flottante and
Crème Brûlée flambéed at the table.


Our French-focused wine list
includes 280 wines and 120 champagnes,
160 of them in large formats.

Uniquely, large formats of house champagne
are offered at a flat price per glass – be it
a magnum, jeroboam or methuselah.
Maximum mark-up on fine and rare wines is
capped at £75 per bottle. Thus our prices on
exceptional wines are not just below other
restaurants but even below retail.

We list 30 vintages of Chateau Yquem,
the world’s greatest sweet wine, all at
unbeatable value. Three vintages are
always on offer by the glass.

Our vintage Armagnac collection includes
65 vintages going back to 1888 with every
single one available by the glass.


We offer three Private Dining Salons for
up to 18 guests each. All Salons have a drinks
reception room and a separate dining room.

Guests are invited to choose from the
full à la carte menu on the date.

There is no room hire fee.
Minimum spend is £1200 plus service at lunch
and £1500 plus service at dinner.

Cancellations less than 7 days before the
booking will be charged 50% of minimum spend.

Private Dining bookings
are taken up to 1 year in advance.


Photos can be downloaded in high
resolution and are free to use.
Photography by Sim Canetty-Clarke.