Came here following a recommendation and using a Top Table booking which proved good value. Confit duck starter worked well. Lamb main was very good quality although slightly lacking salt, nicely combined with the marinated aubergine. My wife's pumpkin soup and prawn risotto were also perfectly acceptable. For me the highlights were the desserts. I'm not usually a "puddings man" but the chocolate with passion fruit, and the complimentary chef's lime cheesecake were outstanding. The Darjeeling tea chocolates were also sublime.
The general ambience was a little stuffy and formal although the decor was opulent and certainly had a "wow factor". Wine list was incredibly impressive, around 30 pages of superior plonk, although sadly ranging from £60 - £10,000 a bottle.
Overall a nice experience, top class ingredients, although won't rushed to return.
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