It's quite amazing how they managed to get so much out of an old warehouse. The interior was really clean cut, nice white tiles on the walls, shabby chic all in all, quite decadent a bit like a New York bar I would say...
Food simple but nice, again clean and fresh, not Michelin star but well executed. In fact, I was really positively impressed by it. My steak tartare was one of the best I had in London, my husband had a set meal and the pork belly was really well cooked and moist with a crispy edge.
It can be said that it lacked that personal touch, warmth and affection that I like to feel when I go out for dinner. It felt at times a bit impersonal border line with pretentious, and I am not sure why guests would like that. Personally, I like to be pampered and made feel cared for rather than being looked at up and down.
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