Went with my boyfriend for a mid-week dinner. We received a nice welcome from the hostess who took us straight to our table. We both commented on how the tables are spaced nicely apart, not too close like in a lot of city restaurants. We also really liked the ambience generally - the cool decor and the fact that it was buzzy but not a hideous wall of sound. Nice lighting too. Our waitress was very friendly and efficient. Great menu. Lovely cocktails. Starters and mains were very tasty but 'Bay of Pigs' dessert was a disappointment and I was kicking myself for ordering it. It was basically one of those colossal sundae-type things whereas I'd expected something a little more refined and unique given the quality of the rest of the food/menu but maybe I just made the wrong choice - I don't think all the desserts were like this, perhaps I misunderstood the descrption, but for a high-end restaurant I would expect more even for this kind of dessert - and especially for £15 ... no wonder they reccommend it!!! It is designed to share but nevertheless not worth the money in my opinion. We paid £171 for one starter, two mains, one side, a sharing dessert, three cocktails and a glass of wine, 15% service charge included. We would like to go back, more for the general experience/ambience than anything else and would also like to try some of the other dishes. On the whole I would reccommend.