I also agree with a few of the reviews on here. I had been wanting to try this place for ages - my favourite celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain proclaims this place to be his favourite restaurant in the world.
We arrived a bit early, told the hostess we were sitting at the bar. Our reservation was for 7:30 and at 7:40 we still hadn't been seated. Went back to the waitress and she (a bit arrogantly) said, "well you can sit whenever your ready". Okay then. Bread came, we asked for plates...the waitress says "we don't really do plates with bread here." We had a few quesitons about the menu and they don't really explain things to you, a bit confusing as all the startes, mains, etc are all lumped together. We asked her to suggest a wine under £40, she suggested one that was £49 and was good but even michelin starred restaurants respect wine budgets and don't push you to go over.
We ordered the bone marrow and parsely salad which I have to say was amazing. We split the rabbit pie which was also very good. Had to ask for water a few times.
I agree that you can't rest your success on good food, the service has to be up to par as well.
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