I went here for lunch last week, and had the "Lunch Hour" 3 course set menu, which comes with 2 glasses of wine, some coffee and and a half bottle of water. First, a waiter brought over some gougeres to munch on while my husband and I made our lunch selections. For those who may be worried, the quality of wine was really excellent, and they sent over the sommelier to discuss which of the wines would work best with the courses that were ordered (Scottish Salmon and Confit Lamb Shoulder). There are 2 choices of white and 2 of the red to choose from. Then the waiters brought over a variety of freshly baked rolls. A generously portioned amuse bouche arrived (Celeriac Veloutee with Royale and granny smith apples), and soon after that the rest of our set course was served. The food was incredible, and the service impeccable; I never felt rushed at any point, and never felt ignored by the wait staff, even when an older couple entered casually ordering a Dom Perignon with their lunch. At a certain point I counted at least 5 different wait staff serving us. We paid the extra 14 Pounds and shared the cheese plate (Stilton). After dessert, I really felt I couldn't eat anymore when a waiter arrived with our coffee and several dishes of petit fours (nougat and caramel candies, chocolates, chocolate covered almonds, and house-made macarons). You will definitely not leave hungry, and the food served for their set course is still of the highest quality like you would expect from a three star Michelin restaurant.
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