My wife and I have been dining at Joseph Benjamin about twice yearly since it opened in 2006, usually with family visitors. The cooking has always been outstanding. My last visit was on 26 October. I had traditional French onion soup, guinea fowl in a delicious bean sauce, and affogato (a new experience) for dessert. My wife had moules marinière and skate wing. The total cost for three people was £110 (without a service charge), which included a £22 bottle of wine. I hope to continue my biannual vists for many more years.
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