After a somewhat troublesome career over the last 5 months, thankfully sorted out my wife and I decided to treat ourselves to the Lichtenstein Retrospective at the Tate Modern (brilliant) and then lunch here.
It's not cheap (well not to us) but the difference is evident the moment you arrive. Never have I witnessed such excellent service, everyone has the 'nothing is too much bother app' running all the time. The room itself is wonderful, bright with high ceilings, magnificent chandeliers and tables are reasonably spaced and a really good atmosphere. It was Friday lunchtime so I expect this is a busy time but although it was practically full there was no panic evident. Food was excellent (I had duck liver starter and gammon sliced at the table, both yummy) and the wine was nice too (French Merlot).
Great selection of cheeses that I sampled.
I must say I felt pretty bloated, in a nice way, afterwards so portions were not stingy.
Would certainly recommend lunching there mainly to witness 'how it should be done'.
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