Dinner at the Chef's Table was a real treat, tasting ten of Ramsay's best dishes after seeing them being prepared. And great dishes they were, from a light beef tartar through roasted salmon, foie gras, lobster and salmon raviolo, cod, pork cooked 4 ways to delicious desserts. Service was superb from the moment we arrived. Interestingly, before we noticed Lauren B's recent report we had put Petrus as second to Le Gavroche. To dine wasn't more expensive than I thought it would be but the wines are that bit eyewatering. We had two bottles of French wine averaging £100 each and at the lower end of the list and they were nothing that would not be found at more modest venues for a quarter of the price.
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