Went for a work dinner: 6 of us, in the private room next to the kitchen. Good point - no premium for watching the kitchen; bad - its not designed as a chef's table so those facing the kitchen get all the fun, but those facing away see nothing. This creates a dissonance - some want to watch and some to talk. So the food was good but not jaw dropping exceptional. Not one flavour that I would wax lyrical about. Didn't feel comfortable at the bar - too many different waiters involving themselves (and first wine waiter really didn't want to serve us red, as the food is 'delicate'). Cost was £160 per person, and the wine was af the lower end of the list. Lastly the Ramsay 15% service charge rankles!
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