We went here for my 50th birthday & we were made to feel extremely welcome. Unfortunately we only had an hour to eat our meal because we had tickets for the theatre, we mentioned this to the staff and this was not a problem at all. The food was delicious & tasty & the service was great. Yes, it was very expensive but we sort of expected that! As for Jason Atherton, what a nice man he is and how nice to see a "celebrity" chef working in his own restaurant - he took the time to speak to us, both before & after the meal which made it all the more special.
I had the monkfish which was very nice, I also tried a bit of my sons lamb which was so tasty & would definitely recommend. He actually thought it was the best meal he'd ever had (& he's had some real good ones!!)
We will definitely be returning and this time we will make an evening of it so that we can really appreciate the whole experience.
My only criticism is that it doesn't open for food until 6pm so if you're planning on going to the theatre then go to the matinee instead of the evening performance!
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