Not having been to Wilton's since last summer, I was really looking forward to this visit to see if they had maintained their standards. I need not have worried: they have exceeded them and my meal was perfect in every detail. This immensely comfortable, old fashioned restaurant is tucked away in Jermyn Street (where all the shirt shops are), parallel with and one block south of Piccadilly. The staff are impeccable, courteous, friendly, attentive and willing to do almost anything to guarantee your satisfaction. For example, there are a few tables in the connecting passage between the front and back areas. They are not ideal being subject to traffic of staff and customers. They put me at one of these and I asked to move, but I was was not happy there either, so they moved me again without the slightest hesitation. As they say, accommodating your wishes is their aim.So, if something is not to your liking, please do speak up. Now to the food. The lobster bisque is quite simply divine and is unlike any I have ever tasted anywhere else. I then had grilled turbot (not the same as the fish which is called turbot in North America and so much better). This was a huge thick chunk of the most delicious flaky fish ,perfectly cooked. I had it with scrumptious fried potatoes and lovely glazed carrots. it was superb. The chocolate souffle was equally as good. In short, the meal left nothing to be desired. To be sure, Wilton's is expensive, but then perfection usually is.
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