The plat du jour was not offered when I went (sold out? not sure exactly).
We had the pan-roasted brussel sprouts, the soup of the day (I think it was carrot and something? it was very good), beef tartare (it was ok), and the tower ... that was charcuterie, cheese and other things.
I tried a Virgin Pimm, which was recommended (Which I also liked).
The seating was ok, but cramped. Not the most comfortable of places, but you're here for the food. It isn't cheap but not ridiculously over priced either. The service was as was expected from a restaurant with that reputation. They were very busy, though he did answer any questions we had about the menu and made an effort for recommendations. There wasn't much else he could do as he had so many other tables that it was difficult flagging him down at times.
All in all, it's decent and I would go again... however I was told by a concierge that there are other places to try, so it's not necessarily a must go back to place for me.
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