Michelin starred restaurant within alluring Mayfair hotel serving menus with interestingly paired drinks flights
Another chance to sample their products and the food on this occasion seemed somehow even better. The salmon starter had a lovely roulade sauce however I felt the addition of the dense, sour bread (which was very nicely prepared) was actually a little heavy and overpowered the salmon. The 55 day-aged pork was a triumph with the perfectly balanced and sweet carrot puree and the aerated white chocolate with fennel-based sauce was truly lovely. All other aspects of the restaruant were the same however the service on this occasion was notably well done all round.
Food Grade: 81%
A very pleasant dinner had here by all accounts and was another lovely menu at 1 Michelin level. As above, its unique card is the fact that it does a rather clever matching beer menu to go with the taster menus and this was very good and at a reasonable price as well which is always attractive. Food wise, I can’t say there were many wonderful moments, but equally nothing that I found bad at the same time. Very good option for going somewhere nice before a night out in the Mayfair part of town, or for a lunch at a reasonable price with quality food. Frustrating that photos of this first visit were lost, however have gone back to gain further photos below.
Food Grade: 71%
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