Went for a weekday lunch, treating my friend for his birthday. We ordered the Tasting Menu at £80 each, and a bottle of wine which was reasonable at £34. (There was a set menu for £35 including a glass of wine available, as well as a la carte). We were welcomed by friendly, helpful staff, and the service throughout was very good, without being over-attentive. The Sommelier, Andrea, was particularly good.
The food was excellent, and beautifully presented. Five or six courses were well-spaced, and we were asked if we needed more time before the savoury course. The room was fairly full, and the atmosphere, although a little staid, very pleasant in the wood-panelled large room.
We had a very relaxed, happy lunch. Yes, it is expensive, but for a special occasion, just the thing. We recently ate at Le Manoir aux Quatre Saisons and the food/prices were comparable, even though Roux at the Landau doesn't have a Michelin star.
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