My generous daughter took me to this restaurant, brainchild of the team behind Ottolenghi" for my birthday. The cooking was exquisite - subtle, sophisticated and delicious, with a menu designed on the tapas principle, so the best way to eat is to order a series of small dishes. Ideal for vegetarians as more than half the menu would suit them. Special mention for the beetroot with caramelised walnuts and the pork belly.
They looked after us quite well - a wait for our 8.30 table was unexpected, they left us to call our own taxi home but otherwise very attentive service.
I would have enjoyed the evening more if the design were not quite so classically from the Terence Conran school of a bare, clattery restaurant which shamelessly intends to get people in and out fast. It wasn't uncomfortable but it wasn't cosy or relaxed either. They've added some signs to the loos to save people from feeling they'll never find the way out, but in the ladies...take the right-hand "door." In the left hand cubicle there are 3D mirrors all around.
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