Went here with a friend in mid-December for a celebratory dinner. The atmosphere in the restaurant was wonderful - full of genuine history and tastefully decorated for the festive season. The service was superb - very discreet and attentive enough.
My friend opted for a pie which, I have to say, looked like possibly the best pie I've ever seen - apparently it lived up to its looks in taste. I had Dorset crab to start, which was superb, and pheasant for main. I went with the waiter's cooking recommendation and clarified that it would come nicely pink - it came a bit nearer to well done for my liking which was a shame as everything else was fantastic. The prices of some of the dishes are quite expensive (in the £20s) so I do expect things to be right. The wine list was good and we paid something like £65 for a very nice bottle of Volnay 1er Cru which I thought was reasonable. The bar upstairs did very nice cocktails.
My friend, who'd been before, rates it as his favourite in London and said he'd eat there all the time if he could afford to. It was a very nice experience and I'd definitely go back again one day.
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